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PAGE TWO BARBADOS.ADVOCATE FRIDAY. APRIL CcUiih CaUinq .IUDY IN REUNION WITH DAUGHTW Mil AND TnllMay of Tiromle MM. Maxwell C . Kent KnrUnd ar<< due U> leave today .01 EniiUmi by the (otaakk after almo-t three months tn Baibado*. They were guests Brat at the Hotel Rovat an 11 the Crane Hotrl. Mr n.rlbdey it Chi. prinn and Managing Director of Voultom Limited. Master Strvi-dores of I-oisBon. Liverpool and Glasgow This •-• %  mpany m founded In 1892 by the late Mr. Fra-derii Strut ton, one of the i,.-irtn. • Scrution Sons and Co.. the manager* of the old Direct Unr M Mr..mers which maintained a regular service to the West Indies, J British Guiana and Bell/.ftp very many yean. Mr Hulllday therefore has had close a-aoclattons with the West b many years and came to Barbados to observe canto handling, methods buih bam ..nd in the other Islands Both Mr. and Mrs. Halluiay have thoroughly enjoyed their >tar In Barbados and grmtlv appreciate the courteous attention ;nd help which has been VK tended to them by all with whom (he? have been associated while In i he island. For Cricket Board Moot KIDNEY. Manager the Barbad (IA8TON I.OMINOUE7. R l Scouts' Camp T WENTY-FIVE scouts of UM 3rd Bridgetown (Cathedral intfar Group ScouUnaitei QlOgan Spencer left Ittidget'i A-I yesterday afternoon for St. Al & hnol. St. James i:•> will be lamping dur %  rig the Raster week-end. This ik the Ural camp for this IsaM Its re-organisation and under its new leadership. Most of the scouts are tenderf....'..who will have their first enmping experience which embodlas self-reliance and resourceThls camp will also afford :'IIscouts the opportunity of livf n a "home away from home." First Visit P AYING their first holiday visit to Barbados are Mrs. Reubena Su-Peu of British Guiana and Mrs. M. M.David who runs a boarding house In Trinidad. They arrived on Monday evening by H W.I.A. tor two weeks' holiday and are staying at Silver Beach Q %  H Boom, ioeMaj Mrs. Su-Peu who was fan Trinidad as the guest of Mrs. McDavld for two weeks, also spent three ,ut weeks in Maracaibo Before reMV. Regular Visitors EGUl^AK visitors to Barbados are Mr. and Mrs. Dominfue/ and their son Oasian ,.,_.„, %  rf Caracas. Veneauela Here for r ""£ ., .5. • a abort holiday over Easter they I""" d ' to P * are stsying: at the Hotel Royal or ~* n, !" r %  %  Foundry, They plan to return to Venezuela he ._ at Trinidad furth Both Mrs Su-Pau and Mrs. left last night for Trinidad by "n Tussday. Mr David are delighted at being B.W.I.A. mtraiusl for British Gaston is one <>f Vntcsuels's '" 'Urbados They dascrlbed their Guiana to attend a meeting of the leading young swimmer*, and he vl,lt •*• %  > *s refreshing. Indie* Cricket Bonrd of hopes to take part in the SwimSolicitor GeiMral ning Competition between liar\MH. W W. K££C£ u.f SollcWith Shell ff? B ,, 2!! l,, 2 a,l, a 1 iVI 1 -" Genarai left the' island from tho Barbado* Water Hoto yesterday afUsmoon by B.G Airwfc *t" w.tvs fur H.I Vlniwm II.. t.aa Control recent]. Hotel *% ^y* .* or • *?"*" nd Altamlra Clubs in Caracas [ vacation ui Barbados. They and he told Carlb that in Vcnetesta at the St. iAwrenco zuaia Ihey have competitions every month. B.G. Timbers Gaston has now left school He L SAVING by B W.I.A today w ,0 !" f %  tudc.i for Georgetown is Ml ( PI '" %  I W'o afccuela !_ %  Florid. Twlss of th. B.G Timbers Co. j" 1 ** ms fourth o.-t n ., WJ>,S tor Sl Vincent. He told -lilan? iU,T,b ,hal only on lour St. Lucia spent two weeks dos. D BarbaUniversity College of the West Indies, arrived here on TIU-UIJV "! "£ s> Lawrence Hotel and En Route to EnfUnd %  > %  HWI.A. (rum hu tSS. ato look the opgorlunll.r in peg miias IRIS WAIJ, of Montaersiuarlera In SI. Lucia. II,was 31. Vincent jnd ITS nil whow lalticr ii a well accompanied by Mra. Baatcr. They known Coanmlaelon Merchant in •'•' staying al ile Hole! Royal 11 S Otnaul Raluni. '""' "'" ny "$•"** nerc on Fri. Mr. and Mr Kuter expecU 10 f !" 51 w y r u s *-un S '' r,Ur '"l counkShe Ma for ihe Unlled Kinadom on aul. nrtumed from Antanu lu...... u..s evenlnk bv the leave. un Wadoaada, by B.W.I A afler Calami*. Irafalhe, | .bjo 0 o_„ rt V I.U n rJlorl vlalu Cai ,„ N.Uon.l s,.. m .WtZ? B S*ort Vult Biuiawu Trip M K M R. AI-AIM PORTER of H. Robinson and Co.. Ml focir•,;.;„ N U M 0 onL,1"* m h "*' M fi A ND "" %  "*C h """" iCrucifixion at St. Bamsbaa t cl lrm ""Puuiuiion, SL Porl-ofOTAINLh S HUCIOXION will i*W l*A T.f, !" T,.iST ""T o? Spain hu returned to Trinidad ^ b.re ,., ,,,,, ul St YlZii T£! T*" 1 "" St ^fter a .horl bualnn. trtp to Hamab.. . -"jj VCHS. 'i^l',1?"' h,v 0 "' on • Maaar. Cole and Co. Lid Bololalawil. Irr STcSf ""^aS . „. Mr. Porter waa a uet at the Meaara E R". i-l F Thomp**. Lucia Planter St. Lawrence Hotel. J, 0 "; Hul > miUipa and S/fTI O PURCHAS. planter of Spent the Day >nEL. in „. 1Vls L "" '-"' "" '" I JOHN It Ait I*. General WIJI 3 Pend I hree Wcnska Tiarbados on a vlf.ll. Ha arrived Manager of B.W I A. arrived IVfl 5 L H KAPLAN, an Amerion Tueaday by B.W.I.A. and i' from Trinidad by H.W.I.A. yaa1T *-can workina in Iha Oilfields %  tB y' n K it Norwood, St. Jamef.. lerday morning on a buaineat in Venezuela, arrived here on • R. H k tm X^.la.a visit and returned the same night. Wedneeday rught h v B W I A' rjecai 10 I rinidad Likea Barbadoa P*=1 Nhl for a holiday. He R ^BNiNO lo Trinidad on M RS. nixabeth M.cFarlane of ":" , b remaining for three week. *> """i"""' %  "*' " Bw Rochenar Naw York la due •'•* " "T Hotel Royal. n r •&*?*' <^'J wa Mr.. to arrive here today b. th. To Join Aunt "jfe r T u ~I"' ^..""u? "T" Colomble. Mr.. MacFarl.ne wa> I SAVING b, B.W 1 A. on ",[ ?,L t R JJ? !" here for six weak, in February aUv/ednesday momlng lor Puerto Sag n %  i a a und March and liked Barbados BO Rico on her way to the U S waa u * ">• *J.3,A. much thai ahe has decided to aBM Onheli;, Willliims of St \/l Ks EDITH STANTON of return after a brief Irlp to Simon'.. "I'Sherbournc." Two Mile. Hill Jamaica Aa before Mr. MacShe has now gone to Join her and widow of Rev. Stanton, left Farlane wUI be alaylng al the „unt Mr.. Idalla Harewood In for Puerto Rico on Wedneeday New Yor*. morning intnin.lt for the U.S.A. St. Lawrence Hotel. no )fa F Sharp Op. IB by Frenrh Orgnnl' MR. UUY JONSON. Prolesaor of Mtuuc at Ihe Roval lade Academy, nave a Pianoforte Recital at the British Council, bJ '' H Whitepark. on Wednesday evcninB. He arrived in the '""?"" "•£• %  "* raur T comUland„.the 3rd Aorii to conduct the cxaminauons "f !hc ^ :7=r:, b ' h '" Associuted Board of the Royal Schools of Music Mr. Joruon was educated at Mijfhftaie School. Lundon and at 10 Won the Ada I.'K St-holar* ship to the Royal Academy of Music. He also won eleven prizes for piano playing and these included the MacFarren Gold Medal. He made several appearance* at the Wueen'a Hall as conductor and *olo pianist with the H.A.MOrchestra under Sir Henry Wood and meanwhile his studies with Tobias, Matthay were cxmtlnued. He was later appointed to the SUIT of the Tobias Matthay Pianoforte School and elected an Associate uf the Br Arad mj of Munc n He also directed music for ballet and has collaborated with aWwin Benbow si duo pianists for this medium. He is much occupied a* adjudicator at the competitive musical festivals in London and the provinces. Wednesday's programme did not Include any British Composers but was a full one. The selections whioh were difficult onei were rendered as only pupils o< Matthay could render them snd --jome of the pieces, though unIn the Fugue The familiar, stirred great apprecUnmooth an.1 supple lion in the audience at llrst hearing. The programme was eastJntcrmcuo tn B F.ai Al with MR. OrV JOKHON rtch tone uradoni plnvi The Impromptu and Ballade th-sigh written (juite .1 number of ago were only performed In London within the last ten years. Mr Jonson has the distinction of being the llrst pianist to tie; these pieces to an audience in Barbados. At first one would atsneiate the music with Chopin The style, logical and balanced, showi the bent of Fnure's mind —romantic—like Chopin. In tha liTipromptu melody of the left hand predominated and the -ippleness in the right produced a *mooth accompaniment. The Ballade which was varied was f wifllsjll for orchestra and piano, Altogether the nBisic flowed easily. Hichlfrht The second part of the programme started with Ctude is. D rifit .\fajvr by Lists. His bold tiarinoiiles pivdomtnated and th elfecb. were rich throughout. The iccltal ended with ^otuun In D Minor Op. 58 by Chopin.. This A .it. 111 four paru>—Allegro Mi loso, Scneno Ikaolto Vivace, Largo, and Finale Presto non Tanto. inaUug |, l9 MM uut theie IS enough ifl %  vn tho first utovemet to write three Myinphooics. There was constant lunge in moods—nrst a quick L/Y AND VAUHVIUI STAR Judy GulsSsd L .iiiir.nii, g, on arrival at Psasdena. Oust. Following s I-i %  rr. ashing engagement at New York's false* Theatre, Jssly It Istoasag Orward to singing engsgen ^rleclion in a variel) of styles It colours \)I.O\ I WthRUI. IrV haSS, Briefs, hlius. Ilalf-Sliais mm now. rwm am From MM for bolh pieces \)I.O\ tnauHu From il.M per pair 111: u 11 it outs OF r\iiric DZSICSS I ndrr Ihr Palroaagr of Ir. (I. H. sIlsMK. sf.f.P.. f M.G.. a Mra. ADAMS I:>II'IIII: 1 ill vi H I P.i imount s Itunnrr-up for 1961 Academy Award "A PLACE Bt THE SUN" Openlns Salurds. ltlh al 4 Ah A I 15 and runUaulns daily !HT. Mn. AdM. will hprrvnt ait the Premiere Night I'lrforniinrr — SstMi-rUy I3lh at I.M p.m. If You Ihmi fiet Seal on this Nlfht, RKMFMBER . There's "A PLACE IN THE HUH" For You AH Week -skins Noises ol was making hurt,' Th* geftsirrol atassblsd along *n hkt sore f*ot. Sqi Th* sqai %  nuesking noises ss Knarf asked: "Whafs Ike matter with your lag?" "It's not my ler It's my foot .011, Oh!" M I.st me look at it." said Knarf Ths sRalrrel didn't want to let Knarf look at his foot. But Knarf aaid: "If 1 look st It and see what'wrong. 1*11 try to mak* it beftti ... again. You'd b*tter l*t m look at 1 any more rinally the squirrel sat op on bis • u ln < %  Hw hind lers and held his hurt foot oot *" squirrel took a little step. H* in front of him for Knarf to look *" *I n M •" **••* hl foot waa at It. K '-nit to hurt. But to his aurpris*. -Th*TVi a thorn In It." naid 1 lt didn't. Then h* took another stop, Knsrf. 1 "Why. It feels fin* again! I gags. -Oh!" said tho squirrel. | >'u did really tak* It out. But bow -Ws^l have to tak* It out." I tfjdd •*** a Uttl* thorn make such •'No. not" Th* squirrel tried to *' "Hunrph." ssid the squirrel; "that can't b* itI" "But it is.' said Knarf. 'That little iking I" aaid th* squirrel "Oh no indeed* It felt much lugger than that I'm sure it's still in my foot." Knarf chuckled. T17 to walk now. T011II see that -X doesn't hurt pull his foot back "Why not T" "It will hurt, that's why!" "But it hurts now. doesn't It? It may hurt just a little bit more when I take the thorn out But once "uU your whole foot starts"itching* Us out, your foot will sooa g*t all \nd when your foot aches, TOU csnH big horting?" Knarf said: "Thsr* Isn't room la your foot for anything alsa, not evan for the tiniest thorn. Ones it gets In your foot, it make* nary. thing so crodnl Insid* your foot yo' foot aches, yon ean*t un. And when you cant run. yon 'all. And if you fall often enough, you get yourself hart In other Uv* squirrel eonsenled to Phtccs. So thst finally you ach* not lake Ihe Ihorn wjt. Knarf ^nly in ynur foot, but from head to why you have to tak* the splinter) -.-it right better again. If ynu .don't let m<> take it uut your fool will keep hurting wore* gnd worse." Finally th* let Knarf did it as gent did hurt a little iwvi-nh,' f'n't be helped." ..vd Krarf "T It's out'" Knarf showed the squirrel the thorn that was causing all the •rouble. 1 h* eoold But ii 'eot. That's "it tnethoi %  i way Th* squirrel wus very happy. H* .•aped on the stone wall ami .prang a way. into the branches of the tr**, chirping: "Thanks, thanks)" ^%  %  %  a ga leeeaiiec e* aaex sTHfra ^ %  %  %  .* ' *.•, fitmrr ta*g?. %  1. ^ tuted In a manmr which indi" 7 • %  > tonlrmst with Imcrmezro and Ilve y motion then cated Mr. Jonaon's One te. hntque ln c ^ator Op and musical tnterprwtaUon Msrteii on a oote > Next Bralinui !ini, "i. then truder. It Waa slower In feet In detail and finish. The tendency """hm.itioo of lingering, grace, a liiterprsSJatioii. and vunfldence 'id lt bon wer* all fewtured in the pro'hn tiramme and Mr. Jonson presented . Fanu of n form and fe,turod al £ best £ S^F 0 ^'^ Bl ? hnu ''••P r ">P British Council who nu.de th* Op 31 .,nd Hu;Hi-cital ijossi ble TO-DAY'S DARGAMX STRIPKU RATON SUITINGS $4" Navy. Brown, Grey OPENING SHORTLY . 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KKIDAY, APRIL II, ItSZ HAKItADON ADMH'ATE PAGE l IIKI I Maude Bill Unfair To Christ Church Two Girls Sail Across Atlantic Vestries, the majority if not all of Why Three Divi the new reforms could have been Trie hon'ble senior i %  frecterl SiITiomas hart said No Reason Cor Objactlai Guvcrnmant bad fallen Mr. Crawford said he cwild not three areas b* !" "** * *ee anybody objecting: to that f^.Jl£ 1 1 " ,r ; 1 .,„,, (l(r mfim, a ii .11 thr% were Healm Centres. He rn : %  ,..,:. „..,. ,fihc,did JH, y*; VfB W A CRAWFOKD -nrn „,, he people to i-um th. a new system of local government, said in the House SLSSSS. *""" '" "" i^SSV^Sl £££•• of Assembly during the discussion on the Local Oov There ras n tan hii .idminutraiion. ernment Bill, that they would fight "tooth and nail" 32 7*&S£&?*t£ a Z. oi^SE Iwd ^*£f lit! against the lower part of Christ Church being inv ".'>. i ." d %  *•. %  "* %  < <* <** Government syiem ..n un Lower Christ Church Must Not Go With St Michael myvmw/oni&Taima member for SI. John lew memmil ss Ur nasaa U> the Government, bar* of the House who did not Mr Mapp Mid that this waa a view with pleasure the passing precaution eaercise*! b> all __ __ qualification of the membership to eluded in the Mayor and Corporation proposed un %  ,.v.-minn.i. wh> the. der the Bill. Their objection was based on the ground lhat the lower part of Christ Church, with its high rateable properties, was the main source <>f revenue in that parish, the other part of which would be included in the Southern District under the new set up. and to attach the richer part of the parish to Bridgetown would strengthen the Mayor and Corporation, at the expense of the other District. They argued that Bridgetown at lightly j* possible on the landwlth its trade and commerce, aleri and mcrcanlil>%  eady is a big revenue earning centre, whereas, the parishes or sections of parishes which would go to moke up the Southern District were considerably poorer. They therefore felt that the section of Christ Church which adSt. Michael should bo alIOIIS parishes. Social Services Neglected The remit h.t ..nd Lam the social services to which the parochial bodies should altcod hw baas. Icfi largely un* .itiended. .ind there had been lowed to remain in the Southern *P n d *"' %  '*" among the poorer District, rather than be included < %  %  *"• in the Mayor and Corporation w 5 U*tUM easy lo under The Local Government Bill land lne remar !" ' ne in,ro which seeks to institute a new u r of the Bill when he said system of Local Government based %  %  ,htf h l* island had been on the recommendations of Sir 'waiting its introduction, and John Maude in his report on Lo'' %  '< aem-ially speakinfc. ther cal Government, leading up lo the ll "'< : n Wlde spread intei ulUmate abolition of the Vestry '" '< *ul.' take piace System, was debated In the House hUttei. ARTIE'S HEADLINE •Now Haassfa Ny# . I" if public health centra*. 7' vas fundunentally more logic, o assume that public health centres would follow the division 91 the island into .ireas for loeni government .i.imimstratlon There must be. and he felt l here wj some other funilamrni.l reusoM ..hich compelled tha govsjrnawM ha the decision t divide ihe island for the purpose of local KO\ ernment .iilmmistr.. tion inlo three areas rathi of the Vcstr, Aa a piece of machinery the Vestry system had long paaaed the stage where II could adr modern suel elt as it was Insllluted t> meet 11th .i-d Isih reatiiry thUUwi and ceodlUaM Mi Mapp then referred to the ember's for St. John pewh nothing else than a agM of 'he Vestry system. Bf aOJsj Mt Vaughan %  n many occasions on point ot order to deny that he id defended the Vestry system, Ir Mapp said that the Vestry stem had the vitality of a snalt lacked lift and any *•** 01 II 1.1Hiaanl which was not a livf organism should be allowed ^^^ .: mm % %  I gffd Any local area of levemasettt had to submit to vim meaure of rontrol b> the central authority, since the Utter represenled the rountr\ AS whole. Ihe hnntiurablr member eemrd U> have leffitten thai the BUI would give newer lo Ihe lii-wi min-nl !< %  make r I|e local authorities and It waa vary t.rewari therefore Ihjt the Government *hulri luvel a safeiuard as thai of Approving "iim'irt>> ii,. paid the piper usuallt i ailed the lun> LOND I -o 1-Mido.i gill lunger* So,ithxinplon ..board thi I %  < ,n lutva paant: 4 time to get I to know i :heni acroM I li< to She A2OM 1 .nd probNasj Zealand Both answered men) calli 1 l.. rnin the yacht hitxpanaos Ii • uiii rapt) Hot of io assail So th. nra pin aaaJ Iwa ,,,ru were chosen B*h will pay tlOO U) •...rk* aa a upervi^> the division 1... T.bet after Sho vuxing Tibetan PoLind, behind C .'ii the pai %  ojuld bg pot in opal It the |ntrodu> ... t.uld not introduce a ere 1 rn terminology for Un .1UDD "' the n lh^ todies. He personally felt thu bout it: "that the Vestry was an -."is. 7 It seemed to him that the Won was not completely dls •• iated from the pollti.Ml aspect "f trie question, because no gor1 mmenl could epect lo convince piteUigent people of Barbado> that merely because In the Public Health Bill it was proposed fa have three public health centre*. 1 1.it for that reason, n more imi-irtant issue like Local Govarninerit administration, must rest >>n the decision on public healtr icntre* That, Mr Crawford said. :,m Could lhe> b. •* lu *? 1 Ml would lew l„ ,Mh,„, i*lu.tod Ihe jd*. of (n*J Ihennelve. will, THnhtad < %  Ihe iii.tr., n.'l~d 01 eurUiii '•" MBIor nBr Uw rh.in. had iha, 'ht Ihe system of poor rrttef ,,,„„. Tlll ,„, ul .,., • ,„d Ihow anlioiuiWd mitUutlom ,„„. hh „ IV %  imgwy did. sur.br w S^, „, g gg, ulightened person in tnis ina nQ fa^** iu.t 1 lAcntleth century, should realise ^-picu,,, ystem needed farrnBllP j ichlng reform such as was prosed in that BUI They were oposing not to put new wine m ne old bottles, such as was pruned by those who merely ..anted to see the present Vestry franchise extended, but to put ..*w wine in new bottles. Important Change Mi Mapp said that one of the. -nportani change* which the Bui ...uld hung about was that Ui •he svateni of local taxation %  jld ba unitoi-mity in — .img and unlformitv in vnlunlist Tuesday night for some six He said that while commit,mg "bout it; that the Vestry was an sprnt i,^ |„ erpct three, but ID lirm ,\\ present, not only did the hours or longer, and referred to a themselves to reform the system, assembly of parishioners for ihe otnpare the cost of three public mirdci. of taxation fall more Select Committee of the House d did not follow that there should purpo-e of conducting the affairs health centres with the effectiveheavlll -n those least aM* t" after having been given its second l-e such widespread mis-interprePf the parish. The new council inti .nd efftcieney of having an ,w T ,, m one particuUr ares. re^diiiR tatlon In the attitude adopted by would in effect be the .same thing, adequate number of areas for labut trie poorest parish very often Among other Ihiniiv Ihe Bill the hon'ble hinior member for St Slno* the term Vestrjgave tho ,^,| gmernment administration had the heaviest rates to bear provide for ihi division of the John. u nd the hon'ble junior men • dea of something ihree hundre.1 1)U |d not be reconciled There was 11 perpetual outcry I Island into three areas for the purl*r for St. Andrew, whose contcn5""J"* ,hpr ,* ^*! .V rC "? ) H f ""'""•d severely the JUgthe pansh of St pose of local government admintion had been that while the wn >' ^ (OU d ol ./ oUuw ""S geatlon made by r em ideas, and ctosilfy the instiuuUng to the peooli . Crawford observed that al) government one ^M to gain from the emcion of three public healUi ogareinstead of six was that Usas pent less to erect three, but tc> istration. having a Mayor and CorVetr> Bystaro needed con B idet_,. poration and a Northern and Hmendmcnt and impro\iMental Southern UistrnV Provision is ihat was by no means the ^>i.also made for the lowering of the demnntion of the system other words, the present system. James against Jnl doulrt thai the oininumtv wajcoinad ana chsmaM snd would success of it Abolition I Amu Uxerdue Mr L. E. Smith ill %aut th .t the question before whether or not !bi abolish the Vesltv ing for himself it ihould I ilmli\hed years ago. One huNMinahli' memeei had however felt that tha should ixbnprovad Instead < %  ( leing al>olishe.l. but he would Uk* to assure that snemboi Ibal Ilk hard and fast rules and laws made >;. conservative! and 0 In HM Vestries, should discarded ever -In.c I'olnlUte nut oonie at thr AMjHnalles extsUng In Ihe BM sen! VeslrleArl. Mr Hmlth -aid thai a man whn si> Ihe On Tage 4. \Vliifr lM k fli in JUKI om* .••. weela— franchise to enable the masses to play a greater part in conducting the affairs of local government. During the debate on the Bill last Tuesday night %  M important change! could be made to produce bette results. Mr. Crawford said lhat traditionally the Vestries of Barbados had such 1 reputation for reaction that any attempt to reform the system must meet with disapproval of certain v t the personnel of those institutions. He conceded that within recent years, there had been additions 00 the Vestries of St. Michael and Christ Church of a fmindi'd persons who had attarnptCd in tome " 10 perform trie duUsa of the Vestry in a more %  y nwitnor. But, genertoWraeefiu. ally speaking, in the other parishcum .ble! Th" As the member fr St. John had put it. If lhe> were able lo do with the Vcalry System what lhe> had done with thr < %  nir .( Government, that waa to "ay. fundamentally alter the constitutional framework on hirh the ytem rested, they tion and Mayor and Councils. a greater pan in the adnunl* Having said, he would say tion of local government were that Usere waa no letting away trreimortsihliand ineompetent from It that the BUI to Intre,, n d attacked the proposal in thr duce a new system of local Bill which provided that th %  evernment waa long overdue, various councilwould have to and the tnaaiks af the comsubmit their Estimates of Bxmunity were due to Mr. John ix-ndituie in ts-.e Governor-lnRankhie who In 1941, aa the Executive Committee before tnf ureass at times when compared th^e on land It was no* Mrssar> to repeat what his colleague had said about the farci%  I nature of valuation and nud %  1 ttiev should welcome lilutlnn of novernmen' 'Can you lend tne g Paradol Met?" %  dil Acting Governor of Barbados %  ui.1 ->< il that a Conuntttee be set up to inquire Into the question of Local Goverrunenl Kr form. It might be true to claim that the majority of the proposals in Of ti 1 %  the Government. So for as he had interpreted th remarks cf the Hon'ble junio member lor St John, the mis vas almost incx •..the maibm uf Ihe VeMr,., SdSTcWX.fff^' f"? hd. down Ihrou*. the >,,,„. bee,, ggL'SL '."".'J,' ","* "" %  I "" -am from me landed „.,IL S.i".' !" u ^ *• U 1 ino fron ina unity, and therefore mlghl prrhapa have the same the Hill had been fruncd froi result. a with ihe lutreducUet. tfafl Report of Sir J0I111 Maude. It the new system of Local was also true to claim that Sir John Maude had at the some timo K 'posed other recommendations', r instance, as regards the division of the island into three area'. for local government purposes I* was correct lo say that it was tha proposal of Sir John Maude, bui It was also correct lo say that Sii John Maude suggested six Rree 'in the matter ml the divisions. Mr. Crawford said hwould do rverythlni In his power to see that that part 1 Church, with Its I*..' high rateable propcrtW not Joined to the Mayor Corporation, because Ii was weakening the Income earnkni rapacity of Ihe Southem IHstrlet. and contributing to that part of the Island when all thr trade and M were carried on. Mr. 1: O. Man I that ti ,.. mm 11 nei there waa n i.jgn in numliers. The hoin-ui blc senior member for St PhlUp cenied not to have read the ree tnnl point, Kince It had iinimended three. and was and r~— — ~— —~> % % %  — %  %  — %  r— -— iniin.i.ii.i... ....... ._ Christ Church, with Its hsrtola John lu.d not ie*ommetide Uie honourable member said I thai those areas should >e named diffrrenlU IM he hiaight thai OM should ba ofdltd I j \.„li Area" They should lonour the nama ol men wno ha-i d Hie trail '"i 'hem to foltee i„w and they could d., n<> ixt'ei %  pij thi nama % %  ( ona %  nbti M .hat had l-en a ISI^C-I In UW DOfM) ibers of I.11 movein.i.i I> %  <' l> Neale 1 *Gratdos'i .. wve 1 bava to Mb. m *•"' • Pku 11 %  r Sslat for. FOl l'-i-d..| r„ %  **1 h m la it i ing Pi paii 1 (>M -nd..111 dktTeealnV aft v I ^ nj %  r srirat ificail' .., %  aa ditati n 1 1 %  1)1 (t, from U,e landed !" ^ m I^lSZrfSiiUrvi'ZSL U,.,e were ver," iew member* of mm'mm'!^!. ihe mercantile drclded To lower KeoualLn !" Ime mu,t therefore wonder al the tha commuruty who did not wet TT.-I.,,,, ,: u. the e,,... -ml. PARADOL .„.,„„„,,„,. in,, iherefore their lor h( me m btrihlr. Sf ih. Oi "*"• ivon by lh. Introducer of '"' Ihe Bill, and welcome it il„. .enrol member I or SI. P !" "l _^_ ,. ,, main object had bean U, ln.ure .rlej and to7oweJ ihe TlJ, S '"Bill for Govemm.mt decldlnc with open rm. ,nd will, lh. „f ihe se.-li.ai * %  '* aa_Q u l .,,., fro Ihol the burden of l.xa.loi, ,e,led ',„.'SSi cleellon" I h" !" ,h "'vision U Ihev had pouible e.cenlion of ihe [AM .. ul hnril,e> .mild hay. 1" .unI |1||||||M I* erfeel MONTGOMERY CLIFT i\ rlistic and II omantic ELIZABETH TAYLOR ill stounding and M omentous SHELLY WINTERS O ffer IJs ^ atural I remendous entttrtainment The Picture... Anc The Kiss... On Everyone's Lips! GEORGE STEVENS A HACK IN THE SIN ... SB BttBUI'.•.--:" SUMS Picture oltrttWnk!:.life~_. m ..-^.WHAaillla. Ita-.a.ff. ...^. N AMUAS .•! U" riossj. sson —*• wim <' "tBtl IBID r., .i. -* l — %  %  rutusn nan -^ compleielv frank inrl honr-l MOT] ol ynUlb day... it* loves, amhilionsanil lemplitiom -wilh Hollywood'" poti eieilfoi ur teeth become d mk n hnjihicr iiun evei l'tr-iJcni rantaini a tp %  jsiUefli cgJkd Ifium—ii gets rid ol lut dull him on vour icoili. let them while jml sparklim?! Elizabeth TAYLOR Shelley WINTERS In A PLACE IN THE SUN OrBNINfi TIIMORROW AT THE EMPIRE THEATRE ITNEQUAIXB) AS A STOSV OF YOUTH PARAM Ol N'T IILMS PROL'DI.V PRESENT A PLACE fiV THE Stiff Under the Patronage of Mr. GRANTLEY ADAMS M.C.P.. C.M.G., and Mrs. ADAMS. 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PACK K)l B BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1M2 I THE PEOPLE OF BARBADOS "While Servitude" II John I'riflruu \ SPELLMAN GREETS THE COLLEENS Maude Bill Little is known of the actual diwovery of Barbado*. il U supposed u have been visited ~by a Portuguese mariner. Pedro a Campos, In 1536. he gave It the name of Las Bsrbada*.' No a MrtkM i. made of this Island In the )oufnala or charts of any European navifator earlier than Hi.VMr 1600; when Richard Archdeacon of WestmiinUT mentioned it in hi third fend last volume of The Principal Navigation*. Vovage*. Traffic* and Discoveries of the English Nation.' published in 1600 in<1 .dr.Bsu taidoa. In 1675. the 'Olive Blossom.' belonging to Sir Oliver Leigh, which h.'d set sail from Kent with stores and MttlH Charles Leigh's plantation in Guiana, arrived at Barbados. The Captain and >me of the %  -led near Holetown and took possession of the Island in the name of the King of England. They aet up a crosa and inscribed on a tree—"James. Kin* of Eng;. %  i .,I..I of this I-I and The Earl of Marlborough. afterward* Lord High Treasurer hearing of the beauty r the Island so earnestly, upon his profit at to forget his accustomed lawful pleasure*, but would have his table well furnished wMh all sorts of good meal the Land and Sea afforded, and aa freely bid his frtenda welcome to It And I. as the poorest of hi. friends In a lingering sicknc-ui and near Heath, found such a charily with him at I shall n.vrr forget to pay my thank* for lo the last hourof my life.' Of thmeals served at Hotborn,'—"you must expect to have It excellent; hi* fan*} ssjsj contrivance of a Front being as pond any man's here as the place where he dwells is better situate for such a purpose. And his land touching H SJM babkl aW half a quarter of a mile from ii. aBr 1 nut intet puM-d bv .HI. .i ktvoj "ground, all rarities that are brought to the bland from m\y part of the world, are taken up brought lo him and Mtowed m his reliant in two hours time, and iniit in the night." it wan mund by experience and ferthat the constitutions of the inom these dentured European servants were obtained a patent for unequal to the laborious occupathe Island to him and his heirs tions of agriculture in a tr< pica I for ever from James I. Sir Wllclimate, in which they DM Ham Courtcen. having obtained continually exposed to On the sanction of the Earl of MJTImg rays of a vertical sjn. It borough, iltted out an expediwas, therefore, necessary to JM iirst <,t these was abanfollow the Spaniards, who to predoned due to the capture of a serve the few remaining Indian* Spanish pnre. The second was of this area (the Indians rather successful and the William and died than work as slaves for their John, commanded by Captain white owners), to import AfnHenry Powell, arrived ut Barbacan negroes to the Colonies for dos on either the 13th or the 20th agricultural labour. A leading of February 1627 (new style), dignitary of the Homan Catholic They landed not far from the Church had something to tay of "not where the men from the ihis matter, so it is well to reproOlive Blossom had landed. They duce it here as il Is only by readnamed their settlement "James|ng et the> were taxed He .nd ->ot think that was fair and justihab. He saul that no human being living in hiown house had any right paying taxes. If a man had other houses rented out he should be inadi to pay on them Another instance he drew to the attention of honourable membei was the case of a man who had vsjr> good piece of land with first ctaas yield*, low maintenance cost compared with the man at the foot of the hill with poor >ield> BBd Ugh maintenance cost whi. wai colled upon to pay the same taxes He aid not think that was fair and just i liable When it came to the Church he said that they had to maintain it in addition to providing a hoase fi the Incumbent. Very oft many of them did not attend the Church as they worshipped else-* wiere. ytt they had to contribute taxV lor the upkeep of both. He said that it *as true that the personnel of the Vestry made worse than the system itself and It was quite time that they changed the system. Thl* was day of progress and he welcomed the new bill which had come before the House. Majority Favour Bill Ml i E. Talma (L) *aid that he had risen to subscribe to the views expressed by the majority of honourable members who had sunken and he was convinced that apart from one of them they wege directlv in favour of the passing of the Bill „ ... One could not expect a Soclali*! Government to think otherwise than to agree to a Bill of that sort hich was merely a Ouu*'—put afew d •f Vfc*S t,h nrtril Irriia awtned. your no-cup" and \ou br freely again! Va-tro-not often nek* fJUBMl **a .old. and VICKS DUNLOP UNIVERSAL MOTOR CYCLE TYRLS VA-TR0-N0L NOH MOPS ASTHMA MUCUS Loosened Firsl Day lr .-l..k. rln futtt • • % %  ... i-ias* I ha il :-"MBNOACO Ii..ollary to ion inspire the hope that, in due Ing each other to get In their crops course, practical proposals will against early frost* and m the emerge leading to the solution of a marketing thereof. Their methodpopulation problem which is inwould repay local study. With the Unguentine Relieves pain of y BUILT FOR THE JOB GIVE YOU MORE MILES FOR YOUR MONEY Ligon. in his Iust..i > OfBWcertain person* to supply the ^-rtJ"i ? .'" H? A^i" .' l,Und of Hispanioli. Cub,. IMerthree m of men 3? M! l Rir0 nd Ja "' flka wi,h .* thiee soru of men. viz.. Masnceroe* anniwllv Th.. ^i, ua n,.ter*, Servants nnd Slav * t TWI nc *T* annually The active par; LIN mi 1,1,,,, l v „ I.. OU-t, r n h^. ._^.__^.J "wiiT TEiSuS&rSIL '"~";^ii. u !saf ">;'"md kept and preserved with greater care than their servants, who are theirs but for five years according to th' son) record*-.-while he tended for the liberty of the pft pl4 lirn In one quarter of the gl(il>e. he laboured to enslave the inhabitants of another region; laws of the Inland. Truly, I h 4b " 1, L.l i "7^ er rei f loni an have seen such cruelty done to '" ,h J' *?f mlh *f hb *"' to ve Sereanta. as I did not think one h Amer f,,n 5 / rom lhp ***i ChrtaHan could have done another. t'|n the arrival of any hip that brings servants o Die Island, the Planters g< pronounced II to be lawful expedient to impose one. still heavier, upon the African*.' Bryant Edwards records— "But — quite recently. There was no gainsaying the fart that the old Vestry OCtem should be amended and brought g both in size and urgency new outlook towards the West UD t a date Thev were anxious to almost daily in this island. That Indies adumbrated In Important g ^ t the Bill through and he felt i>ur erunomic house, so to speak. Canarian circles, the labour that the speeches made by honhas been held together for so long prsltion In those areas might be ourablc members should be as Is due almost entirely to the sugar fully explored at the present time short as possible. industry—a high revenue proThere has been in the past, and ducing enterprise which employs still Ir., a fairly considerable movelarge labour forces both in field ment of transient labour in Canada end factory That revenue is all from one area to another, notably encompassing in its spread and 'rom Bast to West, during the there is hardly any member of the great grain harvest; so, the probeommunity who, in some way ,p ' ' handling seasonal labour is (great or small), does not ei.joy not new to the country. In the the benefit* thereof. Thl* is an zone* mentioned above, the Indisputable fact since the Indusclimate is perhaps the mildest in try contributes the lion's share ot Canada and the people delightful the taxes, opart from the direct '<* know nnd to work with—we it.alntenance of tli v many homes write from personal experience. which depend on tta weekly pay There may be difficulties of housroll. This, of course, is nothing >ng and so en. lu. these shmild not "•"'"TT Z, new. But. It Is not to suppose, be Insuperable—they have not concerned n. if we continue to tap 1 It on the Pi'-ved so in the neighbouring Da presen. xcale. that the lnduatry United States. cannot In crisis times bleed to economic death with no vital II Is when we ccme to consider transfusion available so far us can questions pertaining to permanent The Industry's emigration that we lace %  MM \ ry He said that there were some rotten systems existing injw Volrles that should have been abolished. Foe instance he thought thai the Rector of the parish who was ex o?b-io Chairman of the Vestry should not be llowed to dabble in politic*, not even in parochial polities and thev as a Labour Government roold not let such a stale of affairs continue. As far a* the qualification ol Bitrymen f'cUx-k in the morning, with a severe Overseer to command situati ri"ti 11..\,.. negroes ir were born people was 'ondluon and life; whereas it Is that moat of the ported from Africa f i Dglav< d ii units; nd bred up as slaves themselves have been habituated to them, till the bell rings again. X 1 i,vpry lt (r m their infancy Ci strtntfth and efficiency should be real dlflanilUai %  nd nothing the paramount concern of nil. peirs in have been done to sol' Wide owake observer* have the: come to the conclusion that crisis as between population *uppo*e for a moment that 0pDM density on the one hand and the tunitlcs cffere.t to-morrow fer ;'v 1 ''| (lv means of survival on the other is emigration on some icale. what qiu not too far distant; and -o, any categories of people would we aj n | a i r to Christ Church steps taken seriously to examine select to send? There is probab.y %  ,.„ regard to Christ Church he the obvious need for emigration a certain amount of index card that it seemed as if all Ihe and the problems associated infernntion M I"*"!*!** willing to w „ nce waa ^^^ la ken out of therewith should lure to say. ,,_ be ready and services were given I possible. | ,nd. c ven" but what iitKu. their .bllit, SrSirth ., l.r * revenue ,11 receive the to m.he ,ood? Thl, .pplle, with ^J^MJ. Christ Church 1 a i vm-llflilflr tiin-n In tiliil,>i,i'n'i: ""* ... . *'hlrh I* at eleven O*eboek, after ... ...-..„ HW , wnm ,, ^, 1 olhc, h T nd ; ,hp mluibitarrt* dinner at one o'clock they are "' !" '""" %  have been so runt out again to the field us,,d }, !" cnloyment of liberty there to work till *ix When *" '" '' ,c "f ply and pastime, th negroes are brought to us. """ !np .V ct ""'Vilude Is inthe Planter* buv them out of 'J'I'ponaole to them. IJI* Casas the ship, where they find them ,hrrr t"' contt-nded leaaonlbb naked Thev chooae them as enou *h, that men. Inured to nerIhey (io horses In a market, the vl, ude and drudgery, who could strongest and moat beautiful "Pcnenre %  % alteration of clrand youthful, vteld the greatest cmstances from a change of price. Thirty pound* derling rn V t pr anrt w h Ml not the U a price for the best man wntlment* which freedom alone negro, and twenty five for .1 lnSO,r **re not so great obwoman; the children are at '****" * ecmmlsseration -i* those easier rates. As for the Indians, wno having always enjoyed the we have but a few. and those ***'* "f unbounded Ubtrtjr, fetched from other Countries. werc ">"denly deprived of n nnd some from the neighbouring u r| ,d * ***** ' l"bour. which Islands, some from the Main. Ih r strength wns unable to which we make slaves, the Perform" women are used in making the a v tK „„„ ,-,_ ,. ify the year 1636 the population or Barbados had increased to 6.000—not Including servants —of these seven hundred and twenty-*lx peraons possessed ten or more acres of land. These land owner were required to produce one able bodied man for militarv work for every ten'acres owned, so that Barbados could protect itself from the French nd Spanifh who were enemii ^hole-hearted approval and coparticular force to uaoiescenta b i" ret We nt ui pariah espedally operation of all thinking minds, whose numbers is rapidly reaching J whlch -,, Joinca It Is Important that the Committee r^turation point. If we allow for s Michael In question take a broad and joo much trial and error, ond Wn ^ lhougnt of i h f oomprehensive v,ew-of it. d.ties here Is • ^ *• ' <^. W venS <3S the lower part o. and the terms of reference should ihl* In i'.-elf w^Ul be a diagJJ !" church yielded to the be framed accordingly. Ill this ccuragement to other* whe.might v ^ mch wouW |n connection, the Committee would Mo and be successful. At the ^ u DLrtrict Council, be well advised not to depend .uoment. hopes centre on British h ^ w not but obJecl to thal entirely on the knowledge and (.uiana and British Honduras, terS W HJ, it higher rateable contributions of Individual memnlories not too far distant for e being attached to the bcrs. but to spread Its net as wide unaulted and timid persons to pick ^ and CorporaUO n seeing that as possible during deliberation* in themselves up and return home. Hr d(Mown waa the commercial ftliilalrnlu rmlsvanla ..rn nl %  • %  • %  la. "^ f IV. II rial He said that he wculd fight tooth nd nail to see that this particular the'search for factual information 0r likely emigrants are not quite which will be helpful in securing • the same category a* IbOM who positive action towards the goal hive g>-ne f^rth from England, in view. The limitations of comScotland and Ireland to settle In mittee* are well understood: it Is various and djstant parts of the the case, however, lhat In these New World. Mont of these know days they provide the most pretty well u they do not moke niltablg ebauingjll through which a***' 'here is little chance of 1 art cf Christ Church was no' i-xcluded from the Southern District He commended Sir John Maude id 1 those who assbted in bringCaisavie and bread in which they are l-etter versed than the Negroes, the men we use for footmen and killing of fish, which they are good at; with their own bow* and arrows II go out and In a day's lime kill as much fish as will serve a family of a dozen perron* for two or three davs They are very active men and admuilatrilivcindecou. -m,: pi *> .etarning and taking up life .gain mK f orward lhe Bill which wa. Km* cf Ihe *o:pe in question must *' %  ——— J..-r._ A u v...t.-, pass. Nevertheless, it behoves this important body in particular, when I nally inaugurated, to bear in mind an old and trite sayliv to the effect that if Moses had oee apt to learn anything sooner "tmn servants and hat slavm was eounlananeed, and a law paaaed of negroes and Indian* for life. Thus the imiHirtalion of negro slave* 'began. hey left on in tne 1( ov erdue The old Veatrj ^ssxi^STii a sj n a sss. r^ !" ,,.r %  mny *** IKI without come experience, ben' __ r Ml i. rr •• ( J ,_.,, J., p..,..„. their back, ,„,„ tt to, JSit^S^Ll^^KB ihennelve, and lamilie. And. ol „ nu h h d Keen aw„te,t l Jt a loni a committee the Israelite, would rour^. a number U of the artisan iim< and thought it was lamenlastill be m Esjpt. CUM who do not usuallv present sj. u,,, h ,, .hould have to senc „. „ ... ., """' ' • iroLlem-the, Bod ,„. Select Committee. we submit, with due deference their way into cstaotiihtd mdu.>to those who may think otherwise, trial cencerns in cities and town* th .t thi* Committee in its eorl> and soon accommodate themselvi.. stage* might address itself with to conditions not too unUke those advantage to the matter of imthey left behind. I'airfiold Ma> G,4 Ash Arrester F. '* Vm ** ylterdov that the excellently well tasted. For Directors of the fad WJ had reh..w. i L a ^""T." 1 thal rcnI discusaiona on th? matter anc. fiiirVi^-* d V lh ,n '"' h ,,,|l, *- I" i"stal an ash arreste: K*!^!!' iL ," V %  nd P lfty in similar to the on. that wa* in use England could not set hi. mind at Haymans Factory. St Peter n.ediate or seasonal employ: i hich, although not emigration in bag true sense, can provide a stepping stone lo it. Moreover, the experience gained may prove useful. The effort* in this dJBMttOn so far. though* seemingly costly, are not nltogtther out of propor* post tion to the value of the project on local economy and, a* more and more experience la gained, it Is hkely that the rate of such excan be substantial^ reduced Iteference was made at the outlet lo closer, relationshij with Canida. We are unawart what enquiries, if any. have been made in the past to secure avenue} < f seasonal employment there. It is, perhaps, not generally known that In some parts of Canada, e.g M %  :. pcn-n-ula with its vast fruit industry I both orchard and *mall fruits) and in Southern Here in the West Indies, wo have lo admit It. land settlement on any icale hoc been a failure. True enough, economic condn. ciop prices ond so on have net been specially favourable in the ind we have often ruihcd Into ithout adequate study and Member* had a great deal to say ..basil the Vestries and the reason; why they should be abolished, but the casual observer would agree that the system Ju*t functioned pauperism thought that it was mu-l to lOOk into the various almshouaes to lind men toil-worn after wcrkisig all their live* having to depend on charity. One point in the Bill lhat was very satisfying and on which he ted to congratulate Sir John ii I Indeed, it has been Maatde was with reference to the led out on a more or less hitand-miss basis as circumstances then ivallable for the purpose. We replied briefly to some of th .n.plv c.mnot afford so fare failure points raised by honourable memonce embarked on any emigration ber* after which the Bill w, programme commensurate with given its second reading |i present need*. referred to n Select Otmmittee. 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FRIDAY APRII. 11, 152 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE F1VK Lorry Drivers Warned Against Overloading "LOOK Before You Leap;" "Do not speed" and "Keep to your left side." Capt. E. Grant, Superintendent in charge of Area 3. told an interested crowd at Admiralty Pasture. St. Philip, on Wednesday night. Capt. Grant's talk on "Road Safety" was the first of ItCturai which will be given in conjunct urn with HI "Road Safety" by the Police Visual Aid Sectioa Unfortunatan the voltage at Admiralty Pasture tM t>., high and the Film Show could not take place The Polite llano, i -on due ted by In deal I tig With* buses, ha Capt. C. E. Raiaon, gave prowarned conductor* against overgramme of music which tm-luded loading which might pgi the calypso "Kitch" and mambos. serious problem. He told •<>*>To Motorists Capt. Grunt made duetor* to be eourleou .it .1 0IS following points. He warned t h PSS them not t<> speed and said thai He asked passengers not to they should be extremely careful .illow their limbs to project from wiini tDvellinu nn wet roads. Be and told them not to asked them to have consideration Blight from vehicles In motion. f 1 He s-id that a bad habit with Two of the DUStl VTSJ CUfeUBg 111 and carryoadlnf and inr more than two persons on the HA eg fts %  i-a.it passenger* not to sit Attaching a wooden bar to a an the hoods of ' on cycle for the purpose of ti.msluy of cane loads. • On Pe 7 "Wrong" Vumbt'r Plato Percy King of Mason Hall St. I garter. 80. was yesterday final 20M In SS days or 14 days in jail. Ha was found guilts Is His WoraJtip Mr. C W. Waiwvn of fraudulently uumg bu-ycla numbac plate earlier in the day. The number on the plate was M.4MX He told the magistrate tluit he had borrowed the plsti fi land who had not since asked him for it. End Rheumatism While You Sleep >%  %  •* !• y-lppn-.l il. faulty hldnar %  1 ri %  <*har omutonw Kid nay IT IM SaahacM* M Urns*. "'i*t %  Q.tl.rs, ,, U J L x* >.ai wa i as aj JFAMiL w covens _, |t< •aaaac • %  %  sii.. took part In ihtprogramme Ut explain 1 PREPARES AIRCRAFT Q| to \ Ml IfOM of thecrowd at Six Honda on Urdnrda> nijtht t'APT. E. B. GRANT, Superlnlendrnt of Poliee. of the "problem1 Involved. JAMAICA FOR JET H> DAVID WKST (From The New Commonwealth) THE Commonwealth Air Conference held In Umdon 1MM September discussed (he hUuU.ll ltTvWn| and operation of the two British ji-t-p.iwert'd uir-lmiTS — the de Havllland Comet and the Viekers Viscount, which are going into passenger service this year. While dm not in January the Government of expert the Comet or VTscounl to Jam IKS authorised the work of \iit then Bossatriss lot 1 kmi length—lug the runway at MWIlime UM) BSfl Work OH an extension Shout handling then M order to u> 7,150 ft. started immediately. hs ready arisen the Urns cams and will bo finished in July, n Mr. Carl Agostmi. the direetoi nll cost £35.000. 1 lie large stone* ut Civil Aviation in Trinidad. -< Humous crushing ma.' told me it would 1.1 very loo I'he runway ai Montcgo Baj is an> leguucd ulse. and even to tme time before he could expect to kdMIl) situated. Travclleni argravel for the final topping of ih %  Si .1 lonut or Viscount, although riving then Had themselves leas asphalt surface. Mr. Peter Ixipex. : the runways at Flarco Airport, than nundred yards from the the airport superintendent, told, 1. %  .,,-,, %  lOOS OnOUsil I sa Ihej Hjeva DM airport me wl the asphalt used for suraceommodate the Cornel Now, building, SDQ only one mile from fating the runway "me *'"" Onlj .1 few months after the eonthe botohl along the coast road. Tunui.i!. and that the ur "' n lerence, things are moving rapPilots like tinaupoii it Montefurl required for lets can he osw idly in the British West indies, go Bay because then are M inicad in the ''" ,1 „,„„-,, .. in anticipation of the cuming 01 hillM trees on Uie approach. The iunwa> Is pUUSJinrougn l %  • % %  s %  %  •> %  r.ESZJEffi„'",:: %  ..':iI level and used thto as a found. i-ibheai. The new work on the runwa> m being done by the Jamaica I'ublir Works dlreetorate. wno emplo> native skilled and unskilled labour Materials surli AM limestone mid hardcore u obtained on the spot, from a mound at the east end of the runway which Is being lowered M 11 in arder to enavre a I In 40 approach. Stones Crushed rushed 11 It there's a big job going give it to a jet iHan -WITH THE SMELL OF PARAFFIN IN HIS NOSTRILS' n ihr %  nell too Men use lOest werr P:M, out .-arty on In tlieu oareer* No waiting arounii loi them no Cents*on reports ul in Cleat •xparlanoa ", no aeutouou 'iei h good lob srall and bravelv done by HUGH DUNDAS %  uo U Ruing to *takt over when Sir John Hlessor ilepa down from rus Job ii Uie An Stan ? I hen %  1 iceimc sin-nm tna men srho fly OVI 'i ile tutiir. .11 iba WAK depends en ihoste Will r|„ nri CsUSt BB a VOUnn indei or one at %  < %  will oe : il!on one iilavi' 1 .vith 'op lobs %  : N a-hifl o: vouth I The only one T ut ^ isi Apnl that ol UM 70 lop men *ho hold the rank ol .'ml mill air Ihi % %  i onl* niie *hn |rl • %  nglur •mrll ! %  si H I 1 11 .! lh^ list nr !ic onh one 1 %  %  %  km : II lain N .< .. all tire %  in who trans%  UM row lignuirs and leadera, tempered sfte proted a UM I re of bailie. Prom union* UM .1 reonunodorea nd more ar ocularly from the group-captains and wing-conminnatTs vnu conU sKim nfT the cream of the HAP. Then cooped .n In Oarr.ers of vouth and semoniv un> rnanj ofnotra who serve today In lower rank> tnan they held as active nchten rlsbt rears %  11 i'ii 'ii'i BbOV 'i M SI UM 1 I lasu>ad of soinic up .'i K ti* '.iiwi— nnd are held don. hen the flghUng ami over tner *er- thaniied and ordered to make scar lor thine wnom DM) ud oesMd 1 we %  %  • reei Man. men—sntf tieroes are used to call iheni ir.i %  IM iwcifii-r, for h.(.'i command Bu: the Air rejects any nuggastion that thcr might be promoted at 1 :n UM *sr UacK from Whliehali .-onim the answer: Insufficient experience.' And out front wh .-nail sooa The Nex'. Man on Tha Ust. That la the *ay that tha old men want il. Thev shun the proximity of vouth. Picked early H OW dlfferen' tt U la .'] %  U.d Air Porco, Tl young moo (or a young man's job I.'ITC brllllancr ana r-rjmni moons of throe pumps. Periodlenlly sea water Is let into the awamp area to clear Uie smell of stagnant wator; It also kills the mo*ouitoos which breawl there Jet Route* Wing Commander L, A. F-gglasMd. the Olroctor-General of t'Wil t.in in the Hritisb Ciiribbeun ,,ti Informed ma that the mi^rjkely route* for the Vlacoum (short disUinie roule) would be fiom Miami Uimugh MOBteSB BsW, Nassau and Havana, while ihi Comet (long dWUnee route) on J trip from New York would stop a| NnssHU. Monteiio Bay. VenezueU. Trinidad and Bermuda. Bolh tl>e Hrltioh Oversea* Alrwa>s CarporaUoti, who will .,|..-i.i. Uie Comet, and British Weal IndUn Airways, who 1,1. lit add Viscounts to their Heet ft Vikings In Uie Caribbean are fully awart> of the Importance "' UiU-oduelng 1 %  • J-I .11 in.. T* to Uie Aaarrloan flyuir public In Utst area. The Comet, which haa a ensuring speed of t0 in v !• will fly from N*wYork to Naaaau In appreal nvaiely Iwa hour*, as compared with four hours required by Uw plslon engbsed MU-atorruler and Uie Vlaeount .... By from Nassau so Miami In approslT. i.t.lv SO mlnates. tnatead of the hour needed by Use aircraft now In use n this nan. Kvei since Uie Comet uncl Vis VIENNA. April 10 cunt first flew theyhave been a Unknown saboteurs have blown toune of uitarsat and speculation 1 1 riously damaged nix kes to the Amarkuns. No liner are. in Budapest and other for demonstrating how good these Hungarian Industrial untie-. .„ rtrili.-h .uieraft nr' -..nl M,.i %  n Col*!. He. ordinary *a't basp much aarauss you mu' MIX nisi of (ha trout'. Cyala* liHta>nl la %  • Ull oinpouiidvd ta saatha. Iowa *•>< — n raw, aors^ aha Steswa ai %  "fcssr and i,i"t 1.da aa-l \—. %  from your ayai'in aal-K !"•! suraly. vat CWBUIM na aarntft aaaa-aiau.t lu Cyahta ... %  ays 1* and vaxir troukUa starla killing t^.garn • allarklnc v.,ui K„ln.>-. Nad*) %  ad ttrlaarv riyaum la lao boi.i fat to sliacilulaly listinlaaa lo lm ..f iaalth-la.ir..>i: .• onuuaarldaaita Slh toarayst* HI haa lw-aai aatarati %  > . kieaaya. svagaets .• %  frosa Ih. sragaa of dl^.HiiUi k as %  •Ural* nlt.-r orsanlam. al 4 ilatas lha anilrayatass sad hy Dastaei. Chr~..t. SSM 0M-Hase Suttatan itin la auprovad ay Is(or am n.lala in 1* reioibl'i nl I %  %  %  .>na aasTarara (mm ih• r.-i. al-va. Mr "C -n % %  ar peri aid aad ha>* a|" f ii* Irrnala kartai*.'! aS s->'" e, " %  alls f*IMa up al %  ( %  .! aad la->i. %  Cystaa I *a> MacS S.II-(• %  I hai • far ***• %  Sir PO T*a oa-' ;y*MS WaaNiraeda-UK Pi* •**•!• .. *o*>is*. If !*• aax Ci a sos i—y • Id aagl aa awtl d, .Mr G aassatase te Pat Ya Raghi or Maaey tasti rrat yoar .hamiai t I ifiTtmsh l.m Cyataa %  111-..111....1 •• inAr you reel >"•' ptroagi r i. i T7 VMF.1 !>' conqoei it aughs. For rears n bai eceri re n an n s en dsd by Dot iios|'ital sad Sanstort' isersesstie Tho re.i^.in '• Simply ihis. It contain* :,lsO!C red in !^-* baincl LlbPI %  Jtorlc^ jml thi ingredient reasB JO^I t its root. That an. i ncli a/ftctnc jrul v. hy it BflDj M> quia-ly sad *o l-'rom the first dose Fanicl ev cs tlw inlUmed bron.ilds up \our power, of resistance while ii || .leMniving the germs which have earned the cough or cold. The mom nt rou atepecl 'flu,or catch J cougn or cold, take l-jtiu-1 SyaSspaasl ,ou will have -uncu uii the io*j to icLOVcry. tic .1. the bouse. FAMEL SYRUP I .ft :;..> i- — f-.'M uil chtmult or norm. Trad* enfuiriti tt >Frank B. Armstrong Ltd. BRIDGETOWN. NOTICE Tins ito lei those CV i crs who have booked Metars know trmt the shipinvnt expected


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PAOI. -IV liUlllADOS ADVOCATE KKIIIAV. AHRI1. ". IM B\RRADOS t. 1 — ; _AWOC*TI KrW.y. April II. 1S2 I OK III \ IMO\ THE public ought to be told why the Barbados Publicity Committee should decide that the expenditure of $600 U.S. on a small advertisement in the National Geographic Magazine should not be made. In the March issue of that magazine there appeared an illustrated article on Barbados which, had it keen accompanied by an advertisement, might have provided the best advertising this island has ever had since it started to encourage tourism as an industry. Without that advertisement it is very doubtful whether the excellent publicity in that magazine will attract one tourist to this island. Because nowhere in the article is there any mention of tourism or of a single hotel at which tourists might be accommodated. Indeed the potential tourist might be frightened away from this island by %  reference to Barbados being in the hurricane belt and bv the mention of oil as a potential industry. Oil and hurricanes are not normally used in the promotional campaigns of advertisers who hope to attract tourists. In recent months the Barbados Publicity Committee has spent more than the equivalent of $600 U.S. in the negative action of contradicting false statements originating in Trinidad that this island's hotel accommodation was booked up when hundreds of rooms were vacant. Now it has been offered the golden opportunity of turning Mr. AUmon's interesting article on Barbados into a valuable advertising medium for the island by announcing that this island welcomes tourists and has hotel accommodation for them when they arrive. Instead the Barbados Publicity Committee has, without giving any explanation to the public, decided that a small advertisement in a magazine which circulates throughout the world and is to be found in nearly every club library of any Importance is not as effective as money spent in other forms of advertising not disclosed. And this decision has been made despite the recommendations made by the New York Agents of the Barbados Publicity Committee that a small advertisement in the National Geographical Magazine would be an excellent means of advertising the island. If the Barbados Chamber of Commerce, an was reported in this newspaper yesterday, is considering the purchase of 2000 copies of the National Geographic Magazine lor March with the idea of circulating them to potential visitors to Barbados they will be well advised to include with the copies sent tourist literature supplied by the Publicity Committee. But the suggestion that without an advertisement of Barbados as a tourist resort Mr. Allmon's article in the March issue of the National Geographic Magazine is going to bring a single tourist to Barbados cannot be entertained. The mention of hurricane and oil may have quite the reverse effect. fourth day of th* scries THE PEOPLE CLOSE TO THE QUEEN Th mm Ihr Prinrcs. pickrd — youthful, tntmrtk. brfsriml Stay-a t-Hom e Britons GENERAL Sir Frederick HIIPI'IH IMI Maurler and hlldn MRS. MlKi I'ARKblt and her rl.iucMer Julle picture by her husband. A small brass plait on an unet, squash, hockey, Rugger, sailGrenadier Guards, the 1st Airmposing door says "Ilou—hol I IIIR small boats, and amateur borne Division, and th<< Offices." You ring a :raphy. Airborne Corps, the impression— Grenadier Guardsman admnI %  The Picture here in Clarence House—Is not then. b>-passing a Mikewith hi* Lelca. is pretty' 0 nerce discipline but of a stacclutter of officers' rations, you w ,]l tha official recorder of royal cato chartn. are in a room which gives you off-duty moments. This role ho His Colour* three impressions at onceand discusses with Baron, a Court His room has not only the first is that everybody In photographer. lieiwevn sets on neatness but the pai*abtraalfci of Mghl J MMII-: the squash court at Buckingham ,-, leading soldier. Indeed, nobody over 55 ever Palace. Two clours ueggsd to a wall comes into this story of the Haw He ra tes -no grace-and-favour dominate the room -ihe Guard at Clarence House—lust house, but lives in Launccstongave to units of the Air born, as nobody under HI came mto place. Kensington; and he uses Corps, and the Commanding yaaterday's story of the Old sp ool after ftp <>| Guard at Buckingham P.il Ditmesticity The next impression thi, room gives is of domesticity. For dotling the mantelpiece and the desk are pictures of a dark, friendly Scotswoman. once Eileen Allen and her two children. Michael and Julia The third impression Is of upand the wife he met by chancs Grenadier G married in the Ayrshire llu interests da. IIAIIII i I l(lli:\4 v TOTAL tourist earnings from hard currency areaB during the seven months period beginning September 1951 and ending last month now exceed in value one million dollars (U.S.) Combined dollar earnings from the United States and Canada are 967.468 .(U.S.) while 262,489 Venezuelan bolivars were earned during Ihe same period. There was a decrease of dollar earning from the United Stales during March u compared with February, only $134,280 (U.S.) having been earned in March while receipts during February were $176,005 (U.S.) Canadian dollars earnings on the other hand increased during March $71,665 having been received as compared with $62,550 in February. There was a further slight drop in HMOtngi ol Venezuelan bolivars during March, 29,805 being received as compared with 30.889 in February. The tourist season has not yet ended and dollar earnings will continue in • lesser degree throughout the year. But the monthly statements of hard currency earning* which are received by the banks and which have been recorded in this newspaper during the past seven months prove beyond all doubt, if any has ever existed, that after sugar and its by-products, tourism is our greatest dollar earner and second major industry. At a period of financial crisis for the sterling area this fact needs greater recognition here and in the United Kingdom. It is the duty of the government to help the tourist industry to earn even more hard currency. town of Troon the out-of-door preoccupations His position In the new Houseof Englishmen, through ruinierhold is assured, for his employous charities, through all things %  hanot changed. He mechanical, through all forms of will eonUtUM to be Philip's prilocomotion—It Is said that he vate secretary at Buckingham hates to break out of a slow walk Palace. —but sooner nther than later In his room he smiles -That's 'hey will focus on n home at J"or to-date efficiency, for nothing; UM Lot. Pat," to Miss Thomas, his n _£ ornw ," '' . ., „ . ;ould be more up to dale or efllsecretary. And at that moment „ Tnere "** *Vf w ,c D HfiK :ient than the mining, twinkling In comes Charted* He does not Maurler and his three children— inter-corn at the side of the man send a memorandum that he is w ••* b" !" to the domestic note at the desk, who is answering to calling. He pops In—from the l C9sa ,'. *,V a V J its cries of Mike" while putting room opposite. Uimtian rising 12 And a dog his signature to black-bordered Lieut.-Colonel Martin Char'" m *d Mouse, letters. %  '-* until the accession PriA happy man. Sir t This Is Lieut.-Commander v.ite Secretary to Princess ElizaA man who heard the Princess's Michael Parker, aged 31. late of beth. That office he no longer speech of self-dedication from Melbourne. Equerry to the Queen holds nnd his room looks like a Smith Africa and said to himand the Duke of Edinburgh, and clearance sale. self: "I will serve that young Private Secretary to the Duke. He bears out the theme of this woman." A man who is now selfThis is all office. The wife Household. He is young—38. He dedicated to that service, and children in Ihe pictures arc is domestic, with a wife and three From this man. we should not his. And he strikes the keynotes children, aged six, four, and two. be surprised, stem, the new of the New Guard who have la Ingram-avenue. Hampstcad. "spirit thai i- Limning to perbeen managing the immediate He Is etl'i .. vade the management of royal affairs of the youthful, homeHe is, in background If not in affairs. loving, and efficient royal couple, approach, part of the old tradiHe realises—though he would Mike Parker Is something new. lion. He Is Eton* Sandhurst, the he the last to discuss auch matHe Is the first Dominlons-born King's Royal Blflan, the man who ters openly—that e<|ii.ili*atlon of man to be brought into the royal was Military Intelligence chief in wealth hut left Ihe Monarch, entourage. In*, the brother of the Earl with great houses and private True, he sits there, ingenuous Wemys*. estates, all but isolated, looking, in black Jacket and Out of it all. though, has come The goal, as -Sir Frederick striped trousers; and his manner a quick smile, a taste for humourmight well see itIs to re-estab•nd uccent prove that Xavler practical and otherwise, and an Hah links with the people, and College. Melbourne, has nothing unsnobbish MondUl with ever-widening circles ol to learn in social graces from He has, off guard, a look older their representatives. Britain's best public schools. than his years, which may be And lastly— Gaiety... Bome legacy of i wartime totone man. now at the Palace, But he punctuates hi* work pedoing but which is more probma y vet have a deciding voice in with a gay laugh, naval slang, %  * a Bl **n of conscientious apfulillllng all these hope... He Is and a first-name informality plication to a strenuous Job. lne se nior assistant to Sir Alnn with colleges that spell a novel All this, however, vanishes Laacelle*. Private Secretary to approach to protocol. Not that with the smile—and especially the tjueen, and his natural sucprotocol is in danger. For behind with the smile that goes with his cessor as Nb. 1 royal BIM the exuberance Is u tough grasp discon ce rting switch to "duckThis is the diminutive Sir of ceremonial and what is due. shooting" Arabic, which he pickMichael Adeane. only 41 He IS there bMatiat, UM son ad up In V of age. His grandfather. Lord of a captain in the Uoyal AUKNow he Is winding up his job. Klamfordham. was Private Beetralkan Navy, he went—curiousIt Is almost certain that he will retary to George V. That is hackly enough, it was easier—into UM go to the Palace as an Assistant ground enough. Hoyal Navy. Prince Philip. Secretary to the Queen. But. more important. Adeane, quite another route, went Into We gtl back In Parker's room, of all the Palace officials has an Ihe Royal Navy, They met. IB< y and in | there is outlook which .1 closest to the stutk. 'his popping in and out all the Wiucn's And while Parker, invalided tune—who is welcomed with We are left with a imal aspect out with stomach trouble, was "Helta, *Iii>>\" Hera/, readily in thin series. The queen has a working with a rope firm In smilingis the doyen of this deconsort. He Is the fir-l to whom BeoUaOd the call came. Philip partment, the informal but forshe would naturally turn for In was marrying Princess Elizabeth, midable Lieut.-General Sir Fieformal advice. Would he come down as equerderiek Browning, who was Therefore hit us examine the %  ? He would. Comptroller and Treasurer of role or Philip and those In hi* The young men have much In Princess Elizabeth's Household. family who were brought nearer common, including a flair for But even with the man who the steps of the throne by hk Navy-style practical Jokes, crickcommanded the 2nd Battalion, marriage. nr BK£*7 ?•*— •" << "*>• %  which I. an ^.n."hvlf-Lotitml only JUM been discovered. No one itll Ul 1( ,,.,,,,,, „ kl Usiiug FeilTo the Editor, (he Adrocale i lamed for allowing this „ Ih ,, mf „sing 1>f SIh\—1 was hoping to see a *' *"**•*"• bul •'"< suggest ., ,,,,„;„, w ,. al ]„di.uiism r.,!h.-r wal,h '' 1 '" future i conn] bupaclwn thin uuuli Our great statesmen nrc battling and will continue to battle f r Federation, but it is the youth who will face the il for the Inevitable victorias. It is tha Immutable conviction that the young pebpta <•! the West Indies iire the one* who can be further reply to Miss Cecile .... colt's letter 11 is on* thuig to should be mi.de to prevent snakes make pronouncements, but anothbfJni '-nd-M with *>•.„_ m to explain the basic reasons u CLARKE %  which lie behind them. The latJ} !" '*"'•**. ler are seldom understood by the ; Michael. man In the street who, m tho '"absence of some explanation, is /,./:,.,„.,, \,„i p rni L,„r„ likely to regard tho declarntloi '"""' %  "" trutivmt of Uie church as arbitrary. I" Tha Editor, The Adrocofc Ceetle Waleott stem* to throw SIR.—With nalewrice l Mr Shilmost successful in building a scorn on the matter of self-i. published in yours West Ionian apirit that Impels me trol and It is here for On thm "f tho Mh instant, correcting un to gather the y-mth of the British that she slips up. All would racerror which was mode in tho Caribbean fender the standard of ognlKe. of course, the Ideal of selfartlcIO iiublishcd In your paper u new and increasing spirit of control, and the church Is nlwayi of th 1th "I March, and Ih. rtl bi -'icrhood. busy urging It. Hut frbsSTt self%  !<• OH pagji IW3 ol Uie 11.11.M.S. The Associalion will haw in control Is ddflcult and wminilv %  lumal \"l VII. August. 1940. advantage over groups wMcfa "Impracticable," the queslioii is ThJ i i acUOP will sun-ly bo ki.p F.-deratlon aj j mere infernot solved by taking the UM of d€*| i ad by those of the lor companion to their main least resistance. The advocacy of pubUc who indulge in a bit of programmes. W will .-xi>-t only artificial means of birth pntvattnlatoiy. for developmg a national menUon (It is prevention rather than I Horn ol the word t.Ut> and bnniiing the P. W.I. to control which Is the point) kM l r\Wdanca* seems to the ultimate ciuidilion of honIhe sense Of rcspo ni tblllt) (or DC I M-I > COntmOn nustake. and mired -on *elf-contn>l and encourages )u-: was mad* priof to thsj pubUcatton Thi i inches in each the opposite vice, of self indulg"f eitlicr of these article. It wai i land; .11 JamaiM ind ence. That li whj Ida bj Mr. L. M. U. Meyers 111 the movCBjanl IsfatUtfl let afoot for artificial prevent:..r: %  >[ bil ffe m orare known to fail. oi BafWdog." pubbsiuM in a>nisauut, but we fc.-i s>.re thai It is not for noUiing. tbcrafore, Th* >' ( I I on,' i93rt soon aw win be .01 issoolaUon of that the church 1* opposed to Ihe Mr Mey 1 1 quota* — 'On each of youth .-%  iHUhins and strengthpractice of artificial birth preventhe four lido* Is a marble statue ening links, political and othertlon. The vast experience of tho 'I %  enttngj Justice. Portitude. wise as wa grow up together, church In mallets of rnorallt] > Patience.' The I*n>ud of our country and deentltle deep consideration and inscriptions to these read as folternnned to r--o|*r IU high daaindced it would be presumptuous Iowa:— times we will *tr|ve on togeth to Ignore It; an* to accept In |faj 'I>o Wrong To None' GARFlEUl HUHTON pjaee the dicta of w, lxK.k To The End.' St. Johnston Villas*, folk who little roallsa lb* dlaa>Hr Si>| M >r-MlndVd.' Anttgua. trous consequence* of their idea-; 'To Bear Is To Conquer.' If carried out to their logical lusions. "SAXONICUS". April 8th. 1952. Snuk.M In BiirtMuIn* To the Edlfor, Ihe Adroeafr SIR—1 was not surprised bng in your columns recently n-r s /-,.,/-.„,/;„„ /,.,.„,. that a wake mcasur-ng app'.* mtmn l.u^w mately T* long was kille-l on the To The Pdifor, The Adcneate aterfront by sometnie r I iko of quo! Ing-this strlue as •Patifii, %  ram. JACKMAN. %  >hael. who w.iBl foundini; the Wi "lllw %  bad %  Indian Student. t a si mil ntUai I am %  ur •**" onr "bjec*. tak.'* un a handful 1 purposes, chief "and throws ft in the hopes it larlv among cargo from W nil." West Indian IsUnds, but it has aging, fostering and sustaining IF THINGS ARK SO TOI (ill WHY NOT COME HERE? ASK THE AMERICANS By FREDERICK COOK NEW YORK. A WEEKLY meat ration the sire at a packet of cigarettes. Not much chance of a new car before 1960. Shortages of fuel Cold houses and chilblains. These are llureports Americans are always reading from England in their daily newspapers. Wl.al they do not understand is why so many put up with it—when the door to America stands open. Only a tiny fraction of Britons who might cross the Atlantic and %  cttle here am I so every year. It is not because Britm not wanted here. They are—many thousands more than take the chance that is waiting for them. "It just doesn't make, sense to me," said a Washington official today. Since 1924, the United Slates have been' letting foreigners in for permanent settlement on a quota basis. Foundations of thej scheme are complicated. But its puip< plain : to let in immigrants on the basis ol national origin to ensure that the Ud flow comes from Northern Europe, thug supporting "the preponderance of that 1 strain in American life." j And lot those who think Britons unpopuchildren OfllcerV Company colour of the lar here consider the current quota (which ge through all|has run for years now at about this level) : 1 Most favoured nation. Gwat Britain, with! 65,721 allowed in every year. Next on the list, Germany, with 25.857. Third, Eire, with 17.853. Tin' rest are largely also-rans. Poland's yearly quota is a mere 6524; Italy's 5677; France's no more than 3086; Russia's 2798. 49,421 WERE MISSING Of the 65.721 Britons who might have come to the U.S.A.. still the land of opportunity, last year—how many did? A total of 16,300. Gone to waste were 49,421 hardto-g.'t quota numbers which thousands in other lands would have scrambled for. In 1950, when the permissible quota was the same (and no unused numbers may be carried forward from one year to the next), 17,155 look tho opportunity offered. 48,566 numbers were not taken up. It has run for years now at about the same level. Highest year in the past decade was 1948, when 27.774 came in. A year later the decline set in again, with a total of 23,774. Alltime low mark was in 1933, when only 1274 f the permitted 65,721 thought it worth while to cross over and try the new life in America. By contrast. 5207 Italians came over in| 1949. out of a total quota of 5799. In 1951 the French quota was 3086—and 2900 came in; almost as many Germans, with their 25,957 quota, arrived in America as Britons did with 65,721; from Holland, with a quota of 3135, 3102 emigrated; even little Portugal sent 384 of her permitted total of 440. ONLY 7 PER CENT Said the State Department in Washington: It is of interest that although the British quota was raised to 65,721 under tha 'national origins plan,' at no time with the exleption of 1930 and 1931 did the number adnitted exceed 7 per cent, of the admissible The Irish Free State exhausted all of its quota of 17.853 in 1930 and 38 per cent, of it in 1931." In the two years just before the war. there was a territic demand for German quota numbers, but Ihe British did not move above normal. This leads American population experts to. believe that immigration into the U.S.A. is intimately tied up more with political oppression and racial persecution overseas than frith hard times, which are something that will pass. tJUM the same." said an American spokesman, "we wonder sometimes if things can be as tough in England as we are led to believe. People certainly do not seem ta be in much of a hurry to leave. One of the things holding back people from Britain— oh. sure, we want them just as keenly as i-ver n did—may be the difficulty of bringng money with them. A man with business plans cannot very well move if the home government won't let him have his capital, whatever it may be. I'KI I I 1; THE EMPIRE? "Another factor we have always noted is full employment. When a country has that, few leave, however poor their living standards may be comparvd with what they could get here. And in Britain you have the cradle-to-the-grave social security system that makes people feel they don't have to worry. "And, of course there'* another factor: maybe after all they prefer the British Empire. Bul they don't seem to be moving out to your own wide ouen spaces as fast as one would suppose, if life m Britain is so grim. Do you suppose they've just lost the pio. instinct?" World Copyright Reserved IiFf EEOBl iiiiiin.1 PLA YiXii i 'A HIS M'LA If.VfGdbMM 60c. pk. ADVOCATE STATIONERY NUTTICE Will Customers please arrange their Easter Shopping in accordance with our Holiday Closing Dates. Our Store will be cWd all day SATURDAY, 12th April and will re-open on TUESDAY, April I5lh. C. S. Pitcher & Co. Phone: \OTI< I! OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT WILL REMAIN OPEN ON SATURDAY 12th APRIL UNTIL 4 P.M. Well if to bear i* to conquer. "Hud Wiirkxmt'il" the ordinary man i| axcuaad j 0 j, u Editor, Thi Advocate BIB At a pendant to tie excoltont letaaf of Mr L A Lyw 1 styifri "Simula Languagja" maj 1 ofTci the following statement by Dr. Samuel Johnoon as recorded by the faithful Boswclt — "A man who u-*s a gl words to express bit meaning 1ho ENGLISH VISITOR. I.\< OHI \V< o. Lid. %  HIV .IM>I>S ill I'l. SCOTLAND'S BEST MS SCOTTISH CREAM m.i:\ni;n sum11 ntiisny A Favourite at all The Leading Clubs. Ask lor SCOTTISH CREAM. WHISKY at Your Grocer. ORDER 10-DAY AND SANDWICH BREAD FOR THE WEEK-END tlot /e'em/ HEAT DF.PT. SPECIALS Milk Fed Chickens— SI 25 per lb. Milk Fed Ducks— $1.M per lb. Milk Fed Turkeys— 51.23 per lb. t>rc*ed K-tlihiU 41*. per lb. t>resed Tripe 3le per lb. Bool --net in. per lb. BAH TO KM P \i:i Froien Salman Froirr Cod Fillet. Froaen Haddock 1 rr-ll 'iU'JI" Minced Steak FOR THE PICNIC PARTIES O* Tongue* Hrltket of Beef Corned Beef Corned Mutton Chaaai In Pkac*. ( heeae In Tina Spachettl Cheese Sardlnea 1 laiaa Dry Drink* Carr'a Cream. Cracker* Oarrt Sweet BkwIU_ %  Latfa Biacki of s-*r..oid OOI |) B| Mil ItCM Order a BatUle To-day Shop Early for Easter at (.1IIHIAI1IIS



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I l: 11 %  \ s Midi ll. i52 1I4KBADOS ADVOCATK PAGE SEVEN Woman Not Guilty *^„ R< **t Oi forcible Entry .—... BOOT DELIBERATING an Assue Jury at the JJJT*?!,^"te'^uSSl "in ou %  *-rdav found Sylvia Hall of the mie* of ihe ether companier Kim; William St net. St. Michael, not guilty of a charge "• iheretore suggesied. ihii under 0*10 of Edg.rRowc on August *J ^SS'V. lir. iDI. should dnm all the returns other l) i; ... .s in charge Of ththan iMt sent In by the Gmcnl ( %  ti the place ftfntur Ornn bus Co unsatisfactory. Taylor. ut and he could not haw violated Bn( j In (auncss to the public oro.:. the houw ,fed lone, unless their auditor when his things were threwn out. ecommendad lo the contrary, the companies whose returns were deemed unsatlsi 4Ctorjr, all of whom ply for hire In St. Michael, and had the protection for being competed against. He ^ICKCSUHI that they be rated at $500 pot unit. m „, Mr. Mottley said that in clew >" f of the fact that all the compan.es Hi r %  Field. Assistant to the Attorney f..r the C;> aid on four witnesses in an effort lo prove Its case while llic defence called OR two. TSe prosecution alleged that riant on August 10 arml cut to the house of Rowe at Gills Gap. Si Michael and threw out Ut furGrand ^^ >e iCTda n.iurc and entered -the house %  which Witt lotto find his furniture 1 the road iind tMheti be true) t Assize Jury Acquit Joiner Oi< Probation For Chin Rile At tha Court of Oraiid ft** %  loas yesterday tha Actuu Puma Judge. Hi LOT '.hip Mr. Justice O. L Taylor pUS Jonathan Payne OR II aaontka probation ID tha mm of **> for wounding Thomas EU1* OB hu chin by blUng him. Paynt waa also order** to yay componaation to tht amount of £5 to Elba. Soforo placing bun on probation. Ria Loidahlp told l*ayus (hat he had made tnvaaUgaUena abeat him and found that ho bad a good record and was net going to send bun to •risen but hoped that bo had learnt nil leaaon. Greaves Elected New St. Lucy Churchwarden MR FRED QUA. 1 vear's Senior Guardian. for the Parish of St. Lucy. Watt lactod Churchwarden for the ensuing session. The outgoing chu An Assize Jury J acknilllosing ";of H.ndabury Road of %  charge ot <*•%  £, "" d "" G "" 3? iircclftMj a putlic mjschicf bv >"M> the only one who vrai ; ~ making a tab* rtatemenl to tn making any uruflls. he tell thai get Into DHIWU4 ihe defendant p 0 | lce „, October 5 I9M Thg tlovcrnment most appear very unM Greaves ho wag srcenlett by Mr J a. T lit mcker In making the | W.iid said that it was gencr.il,> the practice of the i t-.n-etiwarden to propose the then Senior Guardian and he was not departtaai Irosn that p Mr lit.rvaa thanlu 9 put in htm .niii pninfcsM to iu his failhful lo Ihe parish 1 will d to uphold the standards this vestry", I %  Lorn' lirirvrs Warned Against Overloading g) tram Page i NCIIOUV hd one could lelr when that bar would break. It inighi .... le the person's bad luck that ot Una tne bar breaks the ridei* ,, k mtflhi lr ipi %  — ... %  •i. %  i "' ii mi \.imi 3. Oil i no : „? '."„ ?^.niJ!. ; "<" **** J><,C in. u.rdri,i P ,u, unable Mr. J,*uce G. L Taylor alaehargkind in not icMnlng the cooceaThe SI. Lucy's Veftr* yesterd.. St. Ulcy Defer Laying Of 1052-33 Kates SrtSkS. S!Ftoe the aucc ,. ,,v P ,-de.trUn. walk the He ttiki-d > vcluts not to |M-.. He'wa.'Ua'vTni"'t to the vett. ' r "'" """'* X* ,heBfdUo,;.,,:, I Rowe s;tul that a properIt ft lo tuiii l>.v 1-ilinn Cole. i|V,V rtl .' The p -use—! %  situlflctt—1 %  tmilt the whl d i" look after all the i.rranffements for Cole. After %  %  UM hotaM and he received the rent w'nen paid the land renl. Taylor dischargMonaJres who n—de no profit of postponed the laying of the rale. toll m l | i-tl Siah ""* a*reat buiden of operating (or the ensuing term so as to glvo were in-nle:— Mr F. E. .held. Assistant lo the lhp i' u u sen-.ces at a loss. '-hem an opportunity of nunuisealae Guardian: Mr General, appeared for ln d nP •ssessor"s relurns HaitBt the Crown while Sealy was not It wW however for the Vestry They decided to meet in_ron.represented. The prosecution alto accept ur rejort the returns, •n-ttee at 2.31 ii g-Jg Icgv,! that on October 5, 1951. and he for ode would propose that •*• to consider all the salaries 11 Seoly in a statement to the police the Veetry reject the returns as •£ ,neir pswoehial employees f, appajnUm .' >. 0 ^me men about the matter ond r md and the dethe purpose nf SJWatLaTJS h^'i; feS SSrS S&HE nght to make a reasonable orofll. Tnc Vcalrv olso nK 1Jtf d to put though every man could not oe Jemmo tt's Road, which rung from •xpeued to make all the money Spring Hall to Hock Hall, on .nolle felt that persons who earned tut of roads for immediate rebustoaaaaa, if they realised a pa, r Mr. Brancker made a which was Han ii. Mr. E. I. rs: Mr, C. fiHardlan; ThursWsrd. J P Sanitary remmhaslon _, -. E. T. Brancker. M adjustye. irwoodt Mr c „ Howall, lb. ;ii"-. iir A i. Kirton llulldin, tommiltee: |fj C II learwocd. Mr C 1 Hiv-.II Hi I. L Bourn,-. |flj ; Q HatTI of copper II keen for pro 1 on ,he,r tnisinesei. should motion to the effecl. %  he said. I adult is wanting slonf ,.,lh i child he should take his i. n hand and h,,,| t the dhw" ul so thai the child %  -..V aW Major Koadv UMl II ...i. MgJ d| ir. ; .. M -it Ot) I %  %  la under %  Major K %  %  ing wiU i rogulatioi fair share of tanseconded by Mr. O. Mr Br, fr^rinUSd aSShSSJ iEfflS^^arlV^SPW'ih.., u„ pm .. -mr&a*~mi thor^a, r,',J iln H i !" .i?Ji iJrVK "nvestigatlona. rnmU of the parish and the poor next. • ;„ ^ n IV • A,,hi ""< ""• • %  •> "* %  " "-I"" •" %  P'.n. .1 the mjetlng MrMftiAth.rn.Mi M. %  ..—.,._ Rev. Peslaina (Chairman), Mr. Greaves. Churchwarden: Mr. "sprl: also took statements from these E L. Ward Mr. J. E T tlianckfendant was in the house. Ho bsft %  Mr I> %  Leacock Jnr.. oa.ier Mr GO, Harr.. M.. D. E. I l.-i am. that d,v. Samuel Jones. 40. of Denne'i t<"cd ihnl they Should not proWebster. Mr. C. It. Yearwood. .. Village. St Michael, told the "e* 1 **••> hastily, and enquired Mr N. Sloromb*. Mr. I. Sober*. ha hjoua*. Court that he has known the 'oncerning Ihe number of 'buses Mr. C D. Howell. The man "-pd '"r some time. On owned by each of fho cunpnnles tried to enter the house October 3 he saw a man selling H* pointed out that a amallTtomman chucksome copper and the next day pany had u keep extra ou&es. ad him. Ha then lefl 'he house he saw the accused at his workwhich on the ratio was higher <>!>. lie told the accused thai than a company having a larger ill .nid no one took out he had copper but he had no number of Dusee. and that thereIratlon to her licence. j or9 | nr overhead exiwnses were He asked the accused to keep m Ihc IitU „ niKI „., J? „ ie CM of ) !" r I m Ming Tl l( ,,, rB UdTwei S. ROW, ld thnt J*gf5 f* hta J if* the sman .ornpoiiw-. ^ rT^Uo'S "BUVT,. 9JjTm£ ?la, when u In Cola*! house accused) had a licence, l.iter the He looked same da* the accused inspected t^ tllggaleA nu tMy amv# 1 some soil ol principle, and ftcr aome calculations moved that companiei owiunii 10 huaes the defendBlaekman told him that he hud f nd ov 5 r "^ ua * r !cd 1 on *• Cola "Old tba topper for 6/-. He went ,w "" 1 ot s/ * P 14 11 made on a <|i.-l in Novembat IMt to the workshop of the accused un "X tneuene.-ai Uus Company, •he and told him that Blacknr.an had ana in w case oi compamet. owntf)N pnaehw Mr ra I .' '" got the epper sold at 8 cents per ing_nine buses or less, at ihe rate DwaroMgei j m bauni tmirf, SS_"M -' -J h e propr V. y of CHURCH SERVICES in IU ii m mn MI r cii OrCaa fUs* and Bag Irrr: Ifj l %  !... ii,KriH.-sfiimu the Vestry: ler a m _, v ^ %  *— t . . .. .L . ."" fnaregalUn 11 .1 lh. treat arould be MDMt..I the p.rl.l, I hur.l, M, c |.. ... ,,„.,, ,. ,„. ,,, tt.rd .ml Mt J I. t i ,. CugrenUoa of gt. Clenenu' Ha ramla .c-,l llllmin mat th.Ihapel: Mr T Mr. Hi C'oairea.ll %  ,.i M DwHkaai NoJIeas, n<> tapeworms* The lira k an intermediate host of the tape-worm, and to ensure freedom from this troublcwme internal parasite, your dog miw be kept pen ficc. Kill verminous paraMics such iw fleas, lice and tidu with •I.orcxtnc' Dusting Powder (containing gamma BHC). 'Lorcxane' |g a safe, pleasantly perfumed powder which will qnuklv kill all common skin pests. The effect of a tingle ducting lasts for some two weeks. Lo rexane DUSTtNC POWDER IN HANDY CONTAINERS A pnxliKi ol Imperial Chemicsl Pharniaccutkah' I.uniicd ;— A %  iii*,i .tim ftm / M lmp*ul UBBM /-urW.m.i lid. A. S. Hrydrn & Soni Jlarhadot) I id., Agents. %  itigements. the copper. On October V he gave H chargttd S148 60 for the the copper to a man by the name did not pay the of Blaekman. While at the store of C. S. Pitcher" the same day. PrearrwT lUv E GHACT HI1.I. vie*. Prtaihci H ttttOd bv Hob [ IWr1 itoiT p r fragg It, Urivf; Gr^E I IKES QQNTlNI I. Five II cm of third nop n|<> ciiliea. the property ,,f l,eni..| n burnt on We.i. Hie Mf.ii.ii at Staple Grove Plantation, Christ < hurcli. about U.30 p.m. Ihe UM Nh insured. A KlIlK v C To lot. 1 DALKimi II am Mr P Bruee. p m P*-v E Ta>lnr tllelv C'ommunaoa HCLMiaNT a i. I I a m Rrt E T*]flo>. 7 P m St Grlffllb SOUTH i-mrajCT: n a m l Ctariw a m li.v FMrlfv Mo i Commmiiofii. 1 p It IIEHUF.HT QRANT of T. Evans fc Co., Broad Street, ported to ihe police that wrist watch valued 141.30 stolen from the |hM I M Mr VAUXIIA1.I. CooimanUfi %  I pi „ &f ••'iti> •."I'i^.i %  nil uatwu liirn ut riii u'li raw dismissed. Eventually she fl n &<, ^^^r for njm Hc Rold ^J !" 1,,-c.iUse fho ronin-r for t!t I Ml nnH thtcor.. ZZ 1. ah. The copper for $3.00 and the copper was about 28 pounds. Ho Mocrty Omnibus Co with bus*; % 1,905. s Good Fricliiv Mjusi^ Xv. Saturday and Wednesday. CLOTHING valued 1131.83 stolen from thopen yard Sheila Skeete of Wavell Hi.it k Rock, I-el ween 1030 p.ni last Sunday and 8 45 a.m. 01 v. property of Carlisle Giifilth and Donald Jordan enue. The s s "Koike ft 4,380 tuns net, arrived la poi c ports. Other CmTfO the polk* Uarnadotta broughi inclucle i bi ii.hr .. i otton, cod Uvii h„'„dM"jon'S''^ie .r£nS:.. v .' %  ."£;'"'" Bu C c/ wl,h At Hastings Rocks ,,-......, ak_> % %  >_ _a—ii..i % %  . *. bu.ses (1,W3. National 'Bus Co. with 12 'buses Tha programme arranged for tonight's Police Band Cecteart %\ Hastings Itocks will conuneii.e al 8 o'clock, and will be chosen from the following items: lU uvenruaa r>ai submitted ili.,t ihe ejectment He could not remember how much order which td-k place was valid ( opper Jones hant/d lo him -.-,, Iherefoie as Rowe was on the After he paid Jones, the accused L 5 ''? t>lu 300 in r ' 8 P cc t of • M>t ul thai time lie was violating asked him (Blaekman) for the f !" 1 "'* Station Hi Barbarees Hill copper Jones gave him. Yoiiken, Bus Co. wit* 11 'buses •'-ecutIon had to prove Questioned by the accused. 5 >236. Ihnt Rcwe owned the house or Blaekman said that he h*d no _^„ „^ .. n lawful posseselcn. Tliev li.-enee to sell copper. The r!e on the Progressive'Bus that Howe was in Arthur Boyee said that Black. '!, !" Pending an eaam: MO: of ihe house at "•"" brought 25 pounds of copper lnatlon ot lhc hooks by Mr. Pile, did lo nlm ""d was paid for it. The ne 4rrt Auditor, and that on • he had an estate, "^"-"ed !" nic to him shortly after \ ,,e Y B, Com l n y deOn the : A possession "wcknwn was paid for the copVi"^' ponding an offer by the per and demanded that the copper Vestry for an Auditor from hathbc rPturncd lo ^ ,m Messrs. Bovcll I. Skeete to ecr RoVa I 111 lawful possession tr not. 1 rale, the returns having aliU lYuenn.vv Si .;. %  %  t rNTBArrr *, tiiiiiiAir llHlilna %  it OIIAT'lHIO Ctutin.i.in -Haaial %  pBg] .T.| rxcr.ni'Ts per and demanded lhat the copper v "try for IKrelumed to him. Messrs. Bovcll The Police afterwards took a "mine the bonks, and make Dt from him. separate repoit on the respective Cecil clement said that he Concerns, railing acceptance of the -i srs;, BUf "< !" cw,r ar... J^^, 0 ^^for the prosecution waa ready been deemed unsatisfactory. <>( Dlvlnr llu m "11 Hymn on lh* PaaaKon "In i U>td< alawlag Qnaf. be BHI and aill teliel A A M ; GOD SAVE THE OUEEN IMs Worship Mr C W. WalProbation l terday lined 20-year-old Officers Act, for a 2 months. On March ET 7-? ja "i n 71"","* n %  'W*-. he. was fine,) .10. f<.In 14 rtS r-T.' 2^" ?f V* 1 fM'X'ng a policeman. in 14 day* or in default 14 days breaking one Vrf th*. t*.^ •n pn^n inatead of cancelling his S recognizance with leie Probation l md maXing him forfeit The Prol*tion Officci Intion of the inre. Officers =.. .„„,„,[ nim innci[ Thp Pr(( wllon omcer ask€d fof ^ZT hnMry27 IM2 K, " had -ce an bu! al .t Ma.lli r .,r3i?S: '"•"" % % %  '%  luuzanee under the -H ... -ivy sirn hl s last ehance Thitughl h'nr ThiIhiy S>nile a while, and. ti'hile pou smile, Another rmttes— And Soon there are miles and miles Of smiles— And h/e'j uiorrh while BetOKse you Smile. HATES OF KXOHANOB APBII. IS ISU (AN AIIA %  | sauai ea iu.,.t, TI ^ ie-. I-I IllBfl. Might Dull. || |t i' in Cable 'j. ii i i 11)10 IN A FINE READY-MADE GENTS' Sum in Worstoda, Tropicals, Tweeds and Linens Full American Drape Si vie • M'OKIK I \( KITS 2 and 3 Button Styles, with Patch Poektttg in Brown, Blue, Qvgfy anel K.i\\ n nfttgg from llaUN up • TBOD8BBS in Worsted, (.rev Flannel. Linen, White and Kh.ki Drill • MESSING C.OWNS in How < %  • "I I hi dgni and Plgfln Clours • TOHl-:i,1,IN<; BATH ROBES ii <'lucked and Striped Patterns We are Ihe Sole Stockists, locally lor the Famous "K" SHOE HARRISON'S Bfcd at Floral Cotton Ripley style in one or two pieces. Sizes for women and girls of 10, 11 and 12 years old. STRAPLESS SATIN LASTEX One Piece only in an assortment of attractive shades. fU3 in* n*j af it' ,Hi OT C el* JU" fas' PRICES For GIRLS Per Suit $4.50 & $4.25 For WOMEN From $7.75 to $22.00 < lisloin, S \(,|| TO-MORROW. Salur %  lay. I2lh April, we will be OPEN lo liii.in. ., Iroin 8 a.m. lo 4 p.m. tkafemf for luncheon between 12 noon and I p.m. CAVE SHEPHERD & CO. LTD. 10, 11. 12 & 13 MOAD STREET ty^^v^VwMfr NOTICE lo customers Will all our ( note that our sli.iui r|il< %  i (I Hi ii.irliriitil I...I ii... I \H. Slisrla-Tiikinie I IPHTH K I iuall> ^ NOW 3/g I.H'IIHI s|| ItOl'f.*; „ 5/3/Nlghl and la> lsV-riMDON rr.Nt ll-H—two rolouM in ooe Frnrll. I suallr /NfW 5/Ur-fAHIIIUV PrstlLK. Vsually 5;. NOW 1/9 Mnr a-loTtou* Shadri to rhooae Irura. gar Tah* aiivanUgf af this (iutdrn Opportunity I'll... MIX I'lini•mm7 will he c-lMM'ri lo hiisinc-ss .ill day on SATl'KDAY. APBaX 12th and M ill re-open mi . TUIfl l> A V AFSJL I'ITH H. JASON JONES & CO. LTD. Agents RALSTON PI KIN A COMPANY SAVE HERE! •gfA^ DANISH BI.I'I. I'llEKHE P^r lb. POM •> tl I I HE*:HE prr lb. I \MI Vflll VIM I Ml I "-I" prr Iln DWISfl sh till IX—per lb. li\M*-M BUCED HMOS — prr lb. Al *TRAMt\ I.Mi ll%MS. II 15 lb*.—prr lh. IHVMHH BONF1.EHS H\Mv I'.lba.—M1: 4-lb. tin ( \MTHI ll-> IKI1M HI I Mil KIN SOl'P—pet On I \MI-III I I >. Kl AM III Ml -.11 ROOM SOI'P—B*r tin \M,MMII III. KIN WITH Kit! SOlP—prr tin i XMI'llllls ( OSMIMMI Mll'P—prr tin >lll III MKIf.AN I.OHMr.R—prr Iln IMI'I f C %  X I < (UlNl |> ItKlsKtT BEEF—prr 4-lb Iln KOI) Ol W X Kill prr 1 lh. Un IlKIOM KIN". NI..\R—prr pht. RAISIN* (IKKWIPtCNaU i IIIKItX-i II Kl -III N HI I R—prr holt If PI.KI.SIIE.N BEER—pfr .tion ( 04 K\DI FINE RUM tMB l.lg l.St IM 1.50 1.36 5.61 .4ft SIIVSffX/1. S10TTA <0. M/riK Pi



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FRIDAY. APRIL II. 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACE VIXF. THET &AMBOLS Zabara Is Smyth 's Hope In Classic By JME r\HK Victor Smyth has never train, ed the ariaaar of li i la That umliaton may be rectified In ttie 1.000 Guinea* this year with Zabara. The (Illy ii a dominating favourite In the ante-post nUtlng, a position to which she :< enlitlej on three reckonings. When I called to see her this week she was taken out of h.-r CiiTUIIWl' Rllllllk box and paraded lor my in.uec" I IHhr.T. IH.iHI> t'on. There is every reas n to lnn -% %  irn n*-^*r.f suppose she has made at least ARE (PUT, BOYS normal progress between the ages of two and three. Olympic „. COIIM this summer She may not have grown lo anv r ,.„ „,„„,, „, slmu | c 0 f U .,. I material extent, but has filled out a i 1( dagfltta all the pious hope-. ...id developed on the right lines, that have been expiesssM about L^abara is one of the compact type, them Now that she has filled out aba w,. have Just rc.-ivcj some of lost the .-atlta plain appe irla, of her two-year-old nays ing the arrival of overseas romnd shows Mhgt more quality. p|tors and, really, it would apf Zabara ha, a bold and intelll. j m Vreo n "o> w !" Si !" "" "" [ gent head and reveals no frillBritish Golf Season Opens April 16 Easter Games Will Decide By OKNNIS HART Greeks Strip \\ ar Hero ATHENS. April 10 > Ml Said it Will •!>>!: S in* d le i rid M >i ha] A:. ^ rr Papagos. Regard*! R and crrdihM with the IM over Communist g\..nllus. PupaKOM was promoted from General li> Rnt Fit-Id Mjr>hjl two year* ago. int im n miner men t % %  aid the privileges which WVdd rrom Papngi^ his tatu as H lift -ii%  nnj leader Ud tha dismissal of his staff and the sale of hu pn\..te ear nuuntaiincd on Cnvi-in mrnt funds. Many political quarters expressed vii MM oppraJUon t> %  ernment's action. Authoritative circles viewed th,. G\ i .( political attempt t. humhle P.ipago* for par HI th,. ikv.i Omrtl LB* %  quitting his non-pollUeal military I P B> (llAKLKS STErilEN LONDON. April 1 '..'cotman. British matchplay champion, who has recenttoured Eart Africa and Malaya and is at present in Aus. have to train., will open the 1952 British or tantrum* Her nl.irirl tern*^? invasion, tournament season when ton, Notts Forest and Kotruitiam. Without exception all wan $tiU ; %  the top at the end of the season. V !" m „ !" ^ m !" ,rt an I. th* *"£" " no,J,ble exception. H the crowded fixture Ital ol li .inpden mme, do not look like fact Sat shcloJSTacmflrKl wil! J 1 "? *£! '"i 1 ** < nUU d *? ^ > e,l^ • ^ c ""T 1 "H at lh %  ] "" lir %  %  • K*li in their battle ?J Xl?w n, kC f "r ,5,nk %  * and Jracted a record number of e nMdes^l-no, ,. w huh eonCUss 1 poisonous druRs which tries. Allojether 173 eompetitors Ircn ,t th.. ,„... *i& a $X?SSri?VA ^3* ggft^qgOS .^'"T It oVin^worri-s to managers ^h ir ;" wHh'lsu^n Wy '"^ A, miht be expected from one "A ^1-^^^^^ SSllgln, "JoundS " '" & "-' S^, l h "'vision I. of her deportment in the stable. HHslnkl aulhortUw S eJm • The S^ond Ui.isk-n piomlses Zabara is an easy ride nnd rurthai W< tp I are also subFlorj' Van Dnnck of Belgium n w lo ," '' ,, pl->er mjur.M i ( (ll iHdMay t.rc. No amenable lo the jockeys handjcet lo regulations.., "If weapwill be defending the tournal ood *uay lo have him III for fewer than four of the pn hng. ons. muiUUOna, etc, of %  compelni.nt title he won last year. One lh %  %  <"' %  : mts meet in immv and away Not only was Zabara rated the ing team are brought into ie of his strongest challeti^.is will l ,s 1 re J us 1* ' l,u lr P •>">game-.. They are Binmngh-inbest of her age and sex. but ulso coutnry.. -uch weapons, remainbe Norman Von Nida. the AusC ardiff, Bro.it ford-Sheffield Wrdsupenor to all the colts, with the mg .irinmimlion. etc. jnust be tralian. wiho has shown great Matthews ill Hospital Baaday, Hotta. roircit-Leeds, and exception ol Windy City. '< takan out of the country in the form In his home country recentin %  .,, games Rotherham-Leicester. some way ..." ly where he beat Wretman. Dal irlUi Ai i ... Ihail Both promotion and relegation hat sort of a way is Bees and British Open Cham* trouble! in... wui ba without snuggles are so nerce In this right wing maestro Stanley MatDivision, that the positions can Utaws, Ha i> in hoapctal racaiv\ui\e changtll ompleiely at the ///" TO 1 MUNCSSS Universal International Press Agents In LetttdOB told TstU CU1 %  mtan ha im %  I'l ii" < %  Hi;..I.. U) ind I'linee Philip, but he forgiv. and not according to in Koes. Hu ,ilM-iict. m,i> enauu Zabara will have her first race Whoa. There ... "ny >***. A bl man well over Araen..! to creep up over -seven furlongs at Kempton's They are even being big SDQtl lx teet m hlfl tocking feet. Ado -Maiitneitcr UnJiad. It should also Easter meeting and that will tell gporta alxxit KM horses for the usc nW build to full advant.ige %  aUM Arsenal left back Lionel eoatTtUt In centTO-forward styles. us all we want to know. I am not equestrian event's. They have to m maItm '4 powerful swings which Smitti in gettll i Wednesday have Derek Dooley. in the least doubtful about the be fi eata ,nd hive drive the ball prodigious disthe holiday. For Lionel mors the prolific scoring giant of the outcome and she should prove a u bo pledged to be taken out uf worthy favourite for the 1 000 the country at the end of th of the holiday period. The Brentford Shefflc,,! Wednesday game, In-slcle having an LinpOKent bearing on who will go m tha Kn H Divl i"-'. "ill pror*lde the fans with an (A(MfesUIUJ Guinea*. She herself she is work. Games, the ImnmialOll being that In ,he ' M n Championi.hip ai British hunters may be good Portrush last year, he out-drove enough (o, the Grand National a xhc 0,her eompetitors. but touch on the The greal favourite la the stable Is National Spirit. This grand old horse x to have one more try for the CtuunptOD Hurdle at Cbsltanlia Tuesday, and. while few expect him to beat Sir Ken, the Ir.nnei is not despondent. golf needs new blood. vill be fit enough to ii* 'f rca e dv b lo Io'.ntoTt e rona 6 ^" 55 Kt"enough~for "Ffniami* could not find hi. touch o r reaay to go into strong Be lnat M (t ^^^ gj^n,, and taWrd to ouaUf) ere othe: uutfUUna factors. We Thf Silver King will consist of shall not be able to ta|H In IDOTa ,v iulifying rounds, one on than a quart of strong liquor— the High Course and one forgive ,t thi: ture what is strong liquor ',', days—or more than twice that ,h,,n I ,,i,v ,wo further rouiut quantity of light liquor. the High Course. We idicved to know that OT shall be allowed to take our Meyele, yacht. motorNational Spirit docs not like h 08 ** nn '' or I', 1 """although IO heavy ground and it may be he lw ,, '." to be so much fu will find first lime. .. the weather the Cheltenham •* %  %  ''.. Just course will ride more llrm than u,Prp • • for many years. Mirdiimi Ready On a point of jumping none can These details resolved, it only ^I r r. c give points to National Spirit and, leu.an to insaid that everyCjOflZaieS 10 UttVC rcrrari as between linn and Sn Ken. the thing seems to be going OK fatPJ . Issue will probably lie decided up well at Helsinki, latest advices In RtCnmond Trophy the la-;t bit ol hill climbing from %  | i"' lh;*: tiie gran I. .Atoii, many times capyear's match al Highbury. ped for England, and rated by were leading loan* ,,s •• eauatiyg beat evi 3—I at half time, and appeared The critics of Dooley, and there Then the lire many, maimthai w taard began casting hi* magic clumsy, and has llltle foolball n:.Kiel skill. His answer is goals, goals, .v... crnii, ula liny feet, and more goal'. He i* Ihe league .i. w to n v W v)ho' iS N "" top -sorer "and htl b.oke,, the %  PBhefftald Indlrtdual scoring reeai I Matthew^ would almost Casualdestiite not having played in the ly lake the bail up U) a wall of opening weeks. II is Interesting All who qualify will receive i V i. i. a %  ..and With to note that hla goals have earned prize money, from C300 for the a htlle jig of In* twinkling feet Wednesday twenty live points. first, to £10 each for ihe final would leave throe esasperetad Naturally this does not nmn that twenty-five. |ilsyes presliate < % %  Ute groand wiUiout hmi his ihit. wuM have There are also special petrel He all Iml Won Ihe match on Jus beun those many puinls less, but Ten minutes from time I be fael provides interesting food ._—knool wire leading 4 3 and Inr thoughL sign at a time when British ArM nu | wrr ,. )lJy MVIby „ ln ihe Third Division South, Plymouth, with two home games. To maint.iln their challenga for have a chance to nmsollriste their Plrst I'n: .1 Their nearest rlvall Bl Will need every |int UW} can lOO and BaedJttC who have Imlh get over BevtOf. For leaders Manslipped recently, have lo travel on rilted, with their Intertwa of the days, and one of national left wing Pearson and (Brighton's visits, on Saturday, is H Home Park, to play Ply nlli PoOoa btal] llyrni l.\ example and you, too, I. M ill'' htm Man \..II iiilnure. The fragrant, cream) Uthei "I LttJ loil.i Soap will bring out the natural inli.uiie and beaut] o| mil eampltekM, and leave vour skin -l.it ami -mi-.ili >iiii| ( K wash in warm water with llie , ( ft l.ilh.r ot I.ix l-il.t Soap, then -nli-li with cold. You will look UneUeTi more alluting than i mlaan LH besot LUX TOILET r-r-mr white SOAP %  on,/, of the film %  tun HANDBAGS! NYLONS! i iltttmtl $4$t*i *4f *#**$$! tiZZZZ HATS! a HATS! tut* **tz?i$$zi zrz ft $ zt*z*ct Something really worth your while awaits you at thf Bargain House where there are prices you'll be glad to pay and service that is sure to pleasethe most exquisite NYLON STOCKINGS v\ CANADIAN & ENGLISH HATS for ladies and little girls. Beautifully trimmed in a variety of styles with wide & narrow brims. HANDBAGS IN PLASTIC and STRAW to match any ensemble. Really smart items. UNDERWEAR in full range for ladies and little girls made of thebest^ materials. It iM'itt IHI IJOII in shop at the BARGAIN HOUSE



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PAGE FIGHT BARBADOS ADVoCTAE FRIDAY APRIL ll.MK INDUSTRY: What Should We Make? iiv K. /.. >>/ >///;/.Migration Scheme The disrussion "*>* t' progrese ticable. 1 sometimes think this about mdnrtry in B[^^ • %  •> -ACI -worked. and remarkabk* lor tin dc :. i 10 doubt It can be used ii.al mifwtl.gi % %  to what could ~ %  *"' %  o( blanket negative to be manufacture.: hard % %  idklU many ideas that coukt eonvantage. II would M .uie to pru**es in the Island. to atari with projectt1e*i..*i.ei1 lo I have rad BBBM UiM-hand amake -** t rw %  building up a manu -1H7 to prod butinn* from vtr; nerd but wfucn beginning*, in the face •( ihe 11 now bean. 1 large ind well ea vampaign in An*rmnual report of one leading oil tsiag some <>f lc 1O *•* doU.irs for the deveiopuroup. published only last June, full ol nails and (bed .oxnnt-r (he ta %  gain ice Moe tts-the pjint th.nn ine one about waodT-anis Ii th* f I mirWi b.iG3si* U foi; %  n:aamfac tit ring project Booi Ijoiillfcve to make itto eat ft J Says Danny Dolphin, our Sea-food Chef Try this recipe as a treat fat the family It's dtflercni OOIPHIN IH MUC *f"JL NOW! Dental Science Reveala •HOOF THAI SHUSHING TIITM HIOHT AFTE IAIVMO IS IMt Maltj fFKCtlVI WAY IO HELP STOP TOOTH DECAY with Colgate Dental Cream V,*l-.'^V*'*'-*--***->'. I tcssptnchoTT rtKfl"d the United 'he ground that the American, und the reserve .Location together ;Eir mvJSfS7ucL wMcMnd"Stdk a great deal of research is eu be couvlnecd the money would cloM on f 100 000.000 had beer r-Sl 3 t^ i Sit oJit !• inied on, and lo a considerable I* well spent on peoples and Their located out of the year-s earning* ^l\"'£J?%l^l\i !" *^ extent the fruits of this worg are Industrie, which are aligned with for moderrUaatlon and egtenrton STb! £FtZa\ lhat ai.-e of UM availIe to mrTOH who aafel the United States against Comof the group s undcrUkings. Small facto*-v chlmausi IVdOMtly P^r lor them. More than onca I Have munlsra. vonder that one City Editor called dam eV I'd; of amoU into the hud the experience of sending a — ,, 11S • %  -pioughing backon the atmosphere, which is always a nominal sum such as 10 cents or for ^.j Uhour and .jiuf^ %  %l *" 1 *'" And wllhtai lew sign of pom combujrtioi. H is 25 ctmts lo some Oatjrtmenl n;il no ^. ^, lng i arKC i y waswd. to ,nomh "" announcemeni, an reasonable to think that improved Dci>-.nmen< in Washington or „„,*., „ pro duct that flUs a basic %  xeemive-of the "me oil group combu-iaon would result in mu. n Ottawa, i.nd iceeivlng in return nWd out which u bting importad '"recast that, if British and Bnllargcr mrplu* of bagasae In Ihe a pamphlet giving complete and al hjgh c*t. It would be a atap ""VDulch companies were to hold inland JA a • i information that must toward a better integrated econo,h eir own in the world'* oil ioarhavc cost many thousands of dolmy< which would Uan udmanUg* ko 1 ,n *y **en mind./Vfu-f ail, m iil i4souk] prosper, god 00 i%  fuiiher rfduti* l-" smoke nulsant'It i iing done elsewhere, and petition is less to be feared than irSorfohlecllon usually r.'-lsc*l .wihapa with asphalt that comes the restrictive practices ol govt,, ati-BM'ioiis Ike this, is that f orr Trinidad. ernment* and labour unions IMt SirS.dos is U .mall for any wch This partlcuUr proiect if feasL gfj such a feature of life in these proleet to be commorrially pracble. would provide employment limes. ^ 2of3ofthePik:ha'd. (Dolphin Hraod. " course) 1 top t isblcp. buct nuiinif — 2 is h ktp mil* ^ ^ „ ^nd chop SZSa. f£ "PSS aC - .MPOHTANT. .•"—-fl STnn' frT .r. Wli8t?vcr kind of fish you buy make sure the brand is POIPHIN Look for the Red and Black label when you buy t (ape Pt.h. Ope Hah in Tomato; Pilchards in \aiural Oil. PilchjrJm TomatOj Pitchardi in (clly; Choice Ma gk c r t l; ChoKe Mackerel in Tomato ; Mullet; I hofci Snock ; Choice Snock in Tomato. W/^,VV.VV.-,.'.V.V.'-V-V.V*V-'.'//>'' s EASTER HOLIDAYS Our Customers nnd Friends urc asked to nole ih.ii our Office. Stores Departincnl and Workshop will be closed on SATURDAY NEXT (he 12th instant. Arraniiements have been made for any emergency work to be undertaken ut any time during the Easier Holidays, and in case o( necessity yon are nsked to 'Phone 2362 or 4410. THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD. While Park K-.nl SI. Michael Oat*: l:i2 Workuhiip: 1M6 Merchandise: 4S28 .. %  %  94-. '^.'A*,'.'.'-'-'.'-'-'-' *. Will. FOtiARTV (ns> LTD. TAILORS OF PROVEN RELIABILITY AND EXCELLENT FITTERS AIR VIEW OF TOWN CAUGHT IN TORNADO'S PATH AMONO IHI TOWNS HAtDIJT MIT t>j lh. tornado Butt .wept Uiroilb St. ^theutern rtatwas JlonK J5L he.e scores ot boir.ee Irtn demolished and U perMa ..re reported gh*TMl '^l^ C. U>a Mr, .van wiKiaie-ilrew. aeetion ol the little Arlnvnsa. at.. tlMarMlloMl JeaaWpnolo) XOTMK S TO N0TTFY OUR CUSTOMERS AND Tin: teENl ILK THAT OUR ENTIKE OARAGE, WITH THE i XCEfllON OK THE GASOLENE :>: WHICH Wil.l. OPEN AS USU/OintOM T.l! I'M WILL CLOSE O.N Tl TIIL'KSDAY, I0TH. AND WILL P.F.-OPEN ON TUESDAY, ISTI1. INSTANT. s Interavia, 'our inforrnalion i-. that the engme>i mainly responsible is Dt Baa.l' 1 formerly of the German Junkn Aircraft Works, who wn traiivf-*rred to Russia after the war : Technical details given Uy In-' turavia said thai the new bomlx-i \ known as the Tug 75, which > t already In production, is power..'' '> Itt M 0.18 turbine •^glne prr-! jx'llers giving a tpeed of 5-0 m.p.h. The Uke-orf when full\ loaded IM helped by 30 rocket* its (light range is estimated U lU.OOfl miles. The bomber has a swept winp j ilenixn. v-ith swept tail unit and m stabiliser is high and clear < of ihe wind wake Its overall length is said to be 51 metres. W1 'n •• W 'K span of tiK metres I The Tug 75 carries a crew of 2? L.E.S. DOLPHIN BRAND CANNED FI* M >AO0UCTS NEW SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED lit nil It I [llli.M LIMITED — Assents 'Phone 2229 Wrt'/ ) V/,Vrt'/,.,V//rt W ,V.V,W.V////,V.VAVA'//.;; NOTICE CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS OF THE C. A. I!t< ATHWAITi: s PROVISION STORE AND r.lBBS' GROCERY ARE NOTIFIED THAT THESE BUSINESSES ARE NOW LOCATED AT NO. 23. ROEBUCK ST. (OPPOSITE SPRY ST CORNER) UNDER MY NAME. IN OUR NEW AND MORE COMMODIOUS QUARTERS MY STAFF AND MYSELF SHALL BE BETTER ABLE TO GIVE THE USUAL INTERESTED SERVICE • If. S. S VIVSIM 111 Wholesale Provision & Grocery Dealer 'Phone 31IS. No. 23 Roebuck Street. 10.4.52.—2n. -,-.•.--•>•.•.------•-'•'-'•'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'•*•'-'-'-'-'-'-'-'-•-'-'-'-'-----%  -.---.-.-' We carry a wide range of HICHCRADE SUITINGS to choose from OUR GUARANTEED CUTTING AND TAILORING WILL TRANSFORM YOUR CHOICE INTO A SUIT or MBTTINCTWN i I sunnus nEASB XHVK Th.t we will he OPENING ON SATTRDAY 12TII ul 9 u.iu. nnd CLOSING .1 1 p.m. PI. wj MfffAg* >'ur ••huppiin: accord.ngly. Wm. FIIGARTY (TMS) LTD. ',.,.,-..,.....,......•.-.•.•.-.•.-.--•-•.-.-.-.-.'----.-------•'-'-'-'-'-'-'•'-'-'••-'-'--•• %  -Wm ran >n/./s/ from stttrk — CRITTALI. STEE1. SL1DISG FOLDING DOORS THE IDEAL DOOR FOR VERASDAHS The whole Door slid? and folds to one side. SM f aH l w -t 'i> Mai . With I leaves — • J" wide • T V hlfh Huh < le.re. — 1' wUe %  V I" hl.l' ( 1(1 I I M.I. FRENCH DOORS V rwide \Vf hlth (RITTALI. STEEL WINDOWS Varhnas widths ,sl ItrlihU with or without Veltlll.tBrs. rimsi : I & ES CO.. LTD. NOTE : AU De|MsrbBai f —r boalneea wUl be CLOSED M Saierdaj. ltth April. HAPPY EASTER... From "OVEN FRESH" SERVICE Do not forget to take home a good stock of ... Delicious SHIRLEY BISCUITS—only 46c per pound. Obtainable at your Grocer or any Shop in the Wand. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO.. LTD. MODERN FARM EQUIPMENT In.littlmt . TRACK. HALF-TRACK and WHEEL TRACTORS PLOUGHS CANE CARTS BAGASSE SPREADERS (ideal also for applyinc Filter-press Mud. Ashes and Pen Manure) FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTORS MANURE LOADERS CRASS MOWERS (Trailer Si P.T.O Types! CRASS RAKES CRASS LOADERS SIDE DELIVERY RAKES—lor windrowinu Cane Trash and a host ol other useful attachments AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REQUIRE ON-THE-SPOT PRIORITY SERVICING, AND OUR . SPEC'I \L MOBILE SQUAD INKER THE PERSONAL SUPERVISION OF MR. a D. CLARKE IS PART OF THE AFTER-SALES SERVICE WHICH IS ESSENTIAL. Your Enquiries are Cordially Invited! COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LIMITED Dial 1616 White Park Road



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PACK TKN II\KII.\1HIS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. APRIL II. I*" CLASSIFIED ADS. ULEPMOKE 2S0 DIFI) %  Tmmr-' al IBS p m to-< J*.rt. I II.,-.! IL'.II %  ,.>-* ArtamIN MKMOK1AM n itu Clone lut net i a, I.M 10 a* imn"""" %  (.•bend Edilb Prout 'San moth*. ' 4.asI i Utl i %  (-11 .rtiilD • April IM in* a mo of Jew. ftalr on Hi. Oei.ilc 1 Oiu of. f*p>t Bui %  i* rmKiobnM by g*. L Deane ihiaalaandi. Loac. Ere Allan f. !" i Wilfred 'aon' fTA.\u:i ion V\1.K_ AUTOMOTIVE ri #wx it*i moovi no ,„. Mil I < %  ... c'oiiriwy Owaaje VAN tmr Con*— lagM Van in •—IB .pe Nt* Tyrea. n* atarlac* A inn MU " v MW.i III I I' ..II. %  . rhaigr pf" if" 1 *' "' Machine Aii-*>H'K S-lai .1 .(..slincaUon. Ai It 4 M-4.. Ml Mi i iimp Constant, m l-Jiperlence Bab*'. Appl. NVII Misc XLLANE0V8 IlVNUALOW To renl IK il.ree bedroom an %  pirfrii 1 Ball* vi ne Biiul>i-. New Garden.. Reply A n C ONr SMAIX INCUBATi'li Contact MrKciiric IM from • to < I after rm ft i *%  : KI.MTKK'AI. I IGHTUW (Wen Lighting Plan" Ketnsano Oil operated ft l .( %  -Hi. Hstterj. Dili I ItS4. | t '-' Ml I". Tu' ladb. APPI. V B ID • is—an I [\ I STOCK %  .i ot or c AI ; t Hi MECHANICAL Kt-UI.ES CYrl %  i' ''' 1. (rain** Sited wllh three mM hV(ui-r price %  •! 35. our special lot spot Nrti PM 3S Norl Root* n. Sprighlilowii 1351—40 %  w% %  I <•' %  • MISCELLANEOUS JCHRISTIAN SCIENCE J READING ROOM I M Proton! Ihe NftB L. %  JJ risen" Sod tMiw. annoy W • No more ihe peace •>! C %  owl aolltiiili-' Deep lonenea*. k War .filled ion,. M f • Depart' Glad gBaSa. !""• with* mai Hoea... r>. lua-r F KM) ft Thl. book miv I.rail borrowed! a. pur.he**d M MM Reading J Neon, over n.,.. ft MM ft Open Ti.rada Wedne%ri.i%B Mtd Friday. 10 a m I p m T pnd on ftalurdix 10 %  ll or loch f g AlI Ml W-lsTS NEWS lUflj 5 ENVEIOPTS 400 Ekiwlopaa drtiai nit stamp* C %  •' %  a colkcion Ai>pi< Mia J Jamaa C o Advocate ilTka lOftU-Sn '.lAIllnl I & UAHIIA O'dafl BIT %  *• liriin Uk-n (ox (iladloll and UahUai or dalitarv in Drcrii.bar ItBl paitlaa %  Llanr.lrd in bookn.c plaaa* plwir 4443 f Oaddaa Onant. Ltd II 1 U I4n J I ST Kl:CMVEI) V.lar M-^m pal f • -nitnnayi. Sprrodari. Grid top rut,. Wick., .nd Ovain AUo Ploaaur* Blovr paru BMtuIra Aulo Tyro i i ; ..: i DjaJtjfaa 1'Koi.c MM %  pry MraMa a> a u—t.i n. D V Bccdl II 4 I'l Km MMS REAL ESTATE LOST A I Ol Mi GOVERNMENT NOTICES LOST vanian..^ Aft* Vn.....i. i AIJIY COT %  MAHII '>I*T. and Ctoard Vbfandalu Drawtnc xn Dtnuid Raotna. f ftrdron-nj. Batta •'"' Klt.-r.ai, ,;....,. ., .. ,'."" %  lto 1 • '>1 M-ndi.ig on v,i %  o# UnM all riKlnaM a, ill, >.i-.a*n 4 p m ,d' p m MTUCUMM Dial — Hill CAT Ona Dadr i Hll %  Ba* **.! "Jinad Jobnaoi. *i.Mri A ln|r,.,i-a iAd rmlrrlMi IF t rtirlha q*?**""* %  OPta-tfcbt da-w.r7.a aataiamw at %  aibara.MlU. *. Mlekaai UnMln* on I Mm II l p,h- oTuS f.aatn* rooau attachad. drawML dlruau %  d al olhor uau.l loum. KWrn w •rt apdCloua vtruMa. aaridM :•:;. ot fruit traaa. B ardn atr v-rw Pho. un ItOUII ft 1A\I) _,w^ •n.tatad ai at Rorb st Um II x l.M and] r.i nAVaa. part pajad *nh (J.ivanl.a. ... ... t* public iMd, tsrea.1•ni .pot tor Bualnaaa Apply lo p ll lampdam. Jarhniana. wa|lin> be Uuatod In a wall atubtfhad .-urtaniial within walklna di'tanrr comprl-aDrawln* and tti'ra laide and ona imall room. pantry. baUt and ai and y il Plndario Qinlnd rtion., ..,.„ %  ad room.. hraabfi otrhamatla. lollai •land, on ftnV ituii %  pacllon on appli.aliMj any day b rtartu I Saturday, and Sunda>> 'or furl bar parllrular%  alr. Apply il land i pram aarppt IILTC1IIN ON ft I1ANMK! Jamoa Blraot. Mkt-ftn. I'BOI1TV: i.m M| II .,1 land a\ Runtol Road, nr Twrodatda H.l I|I ono •.ouaaIKIx I with galvanlaad Shad AppU. Jo. Bt Hill Ai.c-tum Mart. Fwaodalda Bd Dial 4KT1 10 1 \2 -1., Sir cat. rOR PALI >ur OBVa. No 17 Ilia), Pnaay Ula lltri Initanl it I \m UrM-AND. 3rd Ava...... Bollavill. .|ha raalrtanoa ol Ibo lata Arcbdaacon Bhank. II with Un4 altachad containing -J aaoara laat Tha houar contain. Orawma and Dining loocna .... iht iround rloor. J Radmom. upatau. and u...al ornrao Oarag" Cor I cor Importion %  a ..Wllcation at tha ho.taa ar>> da* a>cpi Sunday bat worn It am and ( p.m COTTII, CATPOHD ft Co • 4 1 7n riiisoxii ii kfin • % %  (-l^MIt! XF! inao YHARWOODt a aalt raapunUbla f"r bar nr anyam oi.inrUiaf any daM or dabu In any ...ikc-. bv a wrltta,, ordar >la-nad b) Tni'lrrs for ihr Miinufatliirt' of I'niformt for MeBseiwjrr* l'i"' D0 lat*r thftO U noon on Satur.lay tlio Itlh or April. IMS. The n.vclope should be clearly marked Tender .'or a*Vseni' Uniforms SHIPPING NOTICES COTT1CA, itb May itu it".' TO TBIKIDAB. PABAMI AND BJUTIJIM I.IIAJtA H'lNAIItr. on ftU. May 1BU ctrrrVA m fnd J-.mitu ATTENTION lg drawn to the Control of Prices < Dftfence) (AmendiTili.HMinns Tna> Part UH-barl -Hi b ( Apm. itaa NOTICE l Saturday ITtt *CV H BURTON. Parochial Traaaorrr St Mlchaal It 4 M 2. NOTICE rAfttM or -r JOBS M l"-n I44B W> 1Mb April both day lb* irlT," ..( 11 Traoanrar will he opancd on Saturn,.. P| s iHAirj* Parochial Traar-nr> '.i J.-„NOTICE HABFE tl VIK* BVNOI S'OTkCB 18 HEMBV GIVEN that a panona having an/ debt or claims aoalni lha EMitr of Maria Elvira liyntii. %  im I "I Mirh.fl who dtrd oi, lha I7ih da mtaotanr. ara raquaatad I Oculara of thrlr claims dubv altaatad v> tha undaraignad Simah Idalla Oairawa>. o II.VIIH ft Qrtfbth. SolWItoi. II High Straat. 11 rid ga town, im or bafora lha Mth dav of April ItU. altar whlcn data I %  ball prn-aed lo dUUIbule iho alaaU of tho daraaaad among tbd partial miitlrd (haroto having ragaid only "to \rh clam* ol which 1 ahall than hava had noUca aim I will not b* liable lor tha aaaata or an. part lharvof IJ. dltMbuftad lo any peraon of whoaa dotrl or claim I .hall nol than hava had nalk. And all panona indabtm to tho uld aaUU are raqurttrd to i*tiuthai. Iiidabtadnaa. wltho.it doUy Dalad ihl. n day ol Kcbriian.. 1153 MOtfAM IDALIA OAKKAWAV. Q^allnOd AdmlnHtralrix ..I lha EMale oi Maria Plvlra TI\noa dreaoaad aau-M ACCOrSTANCY. I'OST ACCOINTINC. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE COMFANY SECRKTARYSHIIV ment) Order, 1952. No. 10 which will be published C.aielle of Thursday I Oth April. 1952. 2. Under this Order the maximum whoierale and prices of "Herrings-Canned" are as follows— the Official' * a r. anvasoN. SON a co., LT. •• : Pillar Tbr M v cAPuanrr. .n 1 Dominit%  Antiaiia. MorMarhTaL HI NKUUMI llRXIM' v> AggOOAIION itNti ( aaalgaaa T.la. aS •; ARTICLE HER RINGS—Canned Bin April. 1952 WWHXSALE PRICE JtETAlL P1UCF (not iTwre than) (not more thani I .aiv.JC per case of 41 x 1 lb. Unt or $4 92 ptrdoz. tins .. 44c per tin SIS.24 per case of 48 x 15| os. tins or .4 00 per do*. Una .. 42c. tn. BO par case of 48 x 1 lb. tins or $3.01 per doz. tins ..27c. tlO.OO per case of 48 i 1 OL tins or $2 SS per doz. Uns .. 2c. W A0GOO, Sisom^hip CoV itc ib.4.52— In Creation of a Poat of Executive Oltker to Secondary Inriuatricw Boanl NEW YORK NERVICE A A BTatAMKR %  VTTAMIK utlad SMb Mar.b-ar.lvr. Barbadoa aallod Itu, Agwu— amvra Barbadoa ilh Agdfg, itss satn Apm. itu NEW OstUEANn mRTICC A A STXAMBB1 %  allad 7lh Marcharnvr. Baibado. •aiiad loih April arrive. fUrbado. ISfl M April Apnl. am CANADIAN SEKVK E •OVTBBOItND BOOK-KEEPING Inlriuiva Mfllhod t'l.iniFor %  -•ni Of DtBOorna m Auorlata nr .llowi win ajualily .ou lor highai a'u* b. paj*HUna p<.ar*a*)etudant. ror FRBX OVEflSjBAt STUDENTS: I-ONDON I.IOI or ACCOUNTANCY. 11, Duka Siraet. St. j,rnaa*.. London, S.W I En* land land al M. Walpack Sl'rrt IsSBfaM W.| p I Mr, si I" 0 St Philip. IM i I : -a Mi vamia .hop n^lrd lhl Pth day T.v A W HAMPER. Eaq P..ll.a M.S..11.la Dl.i C %  V1.VAN ANTKOUL'S. Appbcaai N B Thl, .-ippiicatir.n -ill ba ronalrtrrod at a Urans.ng Court to be hold at pollro Court. Dial C" on Monday lha ll.l day of April Itftl at 11 o'clock. Police Magimnta Dwl 'HI Th%  r|... flnaat motor oU v.rdt.i. at all looaUng G-'agaw and Ml l l tl (tatlons Tour vobl.la daaatcros Os* Mat. V-SJgJ>OL. 'Taund wb,,.var fina caia iraval-. ll i n-i M II.. lag our >i.. k of MOM Thirr lor Two Dollan. jour I BABNES ft CO. LTD til al JOHNSON'S STATIONERY > and .* HARDWARE r',*^^ **.*^,V,*.'-'-*-*-*^-** : roR REFIT St. JAMESCOMBINE!! SCIIOOI. Illnlrtown) on Easter Monday. 14th \ptil 1952 3.H p.m lo 6.09 p.m. iiiidci thg P.dronage of Ml A Mr. J II M||.k1S.IS in old ->f ST. i.i. .(mm. I ii. k. Dip, Flaala. Vrgrtablm. Iloop-l^ Danrlng — Sterl Rand Etc.. lie AdmUsli.ii to Fair : Adultn 1/. Ml ( hlldrrn 6d. 2 Hi. .. lr. to be drauit tor TkkeU now on aaJe— 1/each Door PrUr Glvrn. KcUIn Ticket HOUSES GOVERNMENT NOTICE WAGES BOARD FOR SIIOF ASSISTANTS IN BRIDGETOWN The Government of Antigua is considering the creation of a posl of Executive Officer to o Secondary Industries Hoard which Is shortly to be established The riulit s of the Executive Officer will include supervision of n Cotton Ginnery, a cornmeal factory, an arrowroot mill and a cannery. In addition the Officer will be required to advise the Board on the technical aspect* of any further secondary industries which may !* %  Introduced In the Presidency. These industries will be on a small scale and it is not expected that the Executive Officer should be an expert in all of them. He should be a practical man with a knowledge of electricity and machinery, with ability to control and tram staff, and with sufficient knowi'-dge of simple accounting to be able to take managerial charge in •jie initial stages of any industry which may be established. He should be willing to turn his hand to anything and to have n pioneering spirit The appointment would be for three years, with provision for HIK months leave nt the end or that period. It would not be pensionable. It would carry a salary of not more than £900 per annm, and a transport allowance. It Is gattdpRlvd "nnt the post vlU be created by the middle of :i52; and, if i is finally decided :o make this appointment, the selected candidate will be required to assume duty In July. 1952.. In the meantime, persons desirous of being considered for the post (If created) are Invited to submit applications to the Administrator of Antigua stitlng age. education, and a full record of past experience and present employment Testimonials need not be forwarded at this stage Administrator's Office. St John's. Antigua II.4.25—*o. 'ALCOA PILGRIM" VICOA PIONEERALCOA I'AHTVEB March 14Man h 3Sth April 11th Match 14ih April 7Ui Apnl 33rd | MTAMKIl leta hava limitad r Barbataa April Kb ror St. I Ports April nrd For Bt John. NB and B< Lawtrnr* Rival Port n accommodaUon. ROBERT THOM LTD— NEW YORK GI LF SERVICE Aftplj:— DA COSTA CO., LTD. CANADIAN SEKVK I: Canadian National Steamshipe OFFICIAL NOTICE I-ADY : *ll NELAON > ANADIAH CKU1SER I ANAD1AN CONSTIU'CTUtl. : AIJY P'iriNrv | ANADtAN CIIAlXgNagJt lAIWIgglJSON i ANADIAN CRUL1ER i ANADIAN toNSTRUCTOH.. I ADY ROOrfEY lb Api %:.. IM> 31 Apr II Mi) U May 3 Juna II Juna m June 1 Jus* 11 July SB July %  A, U M, I.i M 3 Jui 13 Jti, 14 Jai 1 J.. 1-' Jul SI Jul' iiv-brance In accordance with the provisions of Sub-section 3 of Section 12 of the Wages Board Act, 1043 (1943-25), His Excellent.> %  the Governorin-Executive Committee has approved of the subjoined Decisions of the Wages Board established under the Wages Board (Bridgetown Shop Assistants) Order, 1950. In accordance with Sub-section 4 of section 12 of the same Act it li hereby notinad that these Decisions shall come into force from the week 27th April, to 3rd May. 1952. DECISIONS ll COURT lit-'EST ItOUBX I doubla rooms vacant Sprlna fin s.jtr Suil imipIor two Ctb Tr-n.I'Mmp tag*. M i "TTAOE oi SI. Ja Coaal. AU ajhl Own onr R >nablr lUblr I.. 14 3 M t 1 ii "Al UINQ ,,| i,,rNHNrrao>i Taiapttotit I IM U b I'AHAWAY St l-hllip coaal, 3 bod. 1 i l.H.d UajhUag Plant r.il.la <•; I'urt. I*. SMPJ 11.,... May l.t Phom 10 4 M-Iln LAT WageBoards Act, 1943 and Wages Boards ReiuUlaona, 1944 DECISIONS made under Sections M. 11 and 12 of the Wages Board Act. 1943 (1943—25) by the W.iges Board established under the Wages Boards (Bridgetown Shop Assistants) Order, 1950. llAJtrtADOfl. ( ( | IN TRE corn Ol I MAMIII IN PURSUANCE of lha Chancery Act. Ittt, I do hsrrtoy give not paraona having or rlalmlng any palate, nghl n> Inlcnrat or any lien or in* |'i PT altecllng IM proporly hereinafter manllonnl itha proparly of the aMesMei Ui to bring before ma an account of Ihrlr rlsuns wiUi Ihelr witnesses. (i-.im.nl. and %-ouchari to bo axamlnad by mat on any Tna-daor rrlday I. • *e* ma hours of II noun and 3 o'clock In the nflrmoon al Ilia Hrii'trMm,. OnVe. PiAhr Buildings. Bridgetown before Ihe llth day of June ItM In -.a-h i-Laima ntay be reported <. and ranked according to the nature and priority thereof rrsprrUvrly. oUierwiv oich peraon* will be precluded from the benefits of nnv decrnr and be deprived t-f nil claims on or against the said property "7.^NTBVTS T.A1-SV ItriUJEHT MIHIIIV ..ml JAMES GRANT ATKPNH 1 ..i-iiiig executor* ol the will ol Eyarc Murphy, dee'd nrrrNDAVTs ontJ-irENT WAITHE and AL'iuajA OAMKE both of New York, L* S A acting herein by D'Arcy Augustua Sroit lhli ... ll. II tut i-d Attome. cm record In thl. I.land I'lKir-EHTY Ala, THAT CERTAaN piece or parcel of land .Unala ot Eagle Road In Ihe Pnnrh l Saint Michael and laland nfoi li..i.g by ..dn.e...t.nn. .i.l Nln* .infl thea-nfth. parchaa nr i>vir>bniit* AbmUna: .UMI hounding on iwo .Idea on lands of AlberUia Payne an land* now or late^of one Mrs. Tnonoia aiul .in FagiiHall Road afoie..ii.l of boweier else Ilia unir la abultlnK ...Ml bounding Togeghrr v Hit the mnsusge nr rfwo-lllnghoiur iheroon (allad Eva re Village ..nd oil and .ingular other the building, .'"d ere-tlon. <>n me uid parcel of l.i.d rracied and •H.llt Handing and bating •Mi ss ssas-ch MM I April If" Wages Board (Bridgetown Shop Assistants) (Amendment) Decisions, 1952 SOITIIOIMI AiiH-. Sails Arrla.. Arrlir. Arrl.a. Arrt... B'dea •'dee Boelee II. Jsba SUHfaa K...II t Ma. t Ma> %  • Ma IADY NELftON It V.s 11 M %  May ai %•. •T mt% CSM, CRUISE* M May CANADfAM > May 1 June u IS cutfriiiLk-ruK a ju-. 11 June ii J %  n fax. I ADY BOtSBBBT .. is JUR, %  A.VAOIAN 11 Jun.1 Juna B> Juno, 1 Ju'. CHi 11 BBtOftm .. 23 Jung (ADY NaEJBOtf .. e July a J a July 11 July • July a JUIM IS Jul.M 11 J %  Ju. It JuU %  a Mn m Ju"| 1 Aua i ANADIAN f SnRr. "^ ja July t Aug It Aug a Aug >is 14 Aug %  Aug frar funnar parUculara. OPlT !• GARDINER AUSTIN 6 CO.. LTD. — Agents. HARRISON LINE MOUSE r.i II > lurnl-hed on Ses Available April 3609 We Invite mapectloi. II 4 9 I" • %  era Hill. drawing I nrdrocta with runill asf f a M g Including ill Iroea. phone Mr* g 3 SS—t f.n MODERN ri'ltNWItET* rLAT wrlh -liver and Uncn Good Sea-bathing ft Linn.-pan nj|grt. Apply to Almi aahle. No g Coral These Decisions may be cited Ba the Wages Board (Bridgetown Shop AaaisUnU) (Amendmenli Decisions, 1952, and shall be construed as one with the Wages Board (Bridgetown Shop Assistants) Decisions. 1950 (hei | nafter referred to as the Principal Decisions). Minimum Time Kates Paragraphs 3 and 4 of the Prin. i >ai Decisions are hereby repealed and the following new paragr. piis substituted therefor; — "3. The minimum weekly rates of wages for shop assistants In Bridgetown shall b< Shop Aisistanf Minlmutn Rale Per Week Male or female under 16 years of age $ 5.00 Female, If years ano over •00 Male. 16 yean and over 10 00 4 When R shop assistant is nor employed on a weekly basis, .. the minimum daily r.vc' of wafts, shall be: — ''ear. Trouble -tilled by High Blood Pressure Shop Atgigtarir %  i S55 FARM AUCTION LIVE & DEADSTOCK at CLARENDON DAIRY Black Kork. Si Mirhml Saturday. 19th April. al 2.00 p.m. We are instructed bv III L. N. Hutchm Auction his agjlff t ed herd of twenty-live Tubta TkStcd LRasa7 I iw, al: ll.-if.-. 11 h.p. Brdlord Van nil!. Mou.l Milk lu.itle*. Stall. liuck''ii'' %  i aaa .....t. i btsl l a ghgal, iiahtlng l>|anl. DBajftll Oagfggg thrrC„, > as. nil 19 4 M—4 f.B VIEW l-Urnlabad ISO al di % % %  ley 3 bedrooma ai.f from 13th May Dta 11 t SB-3. .' BatH r overtime work shall be: — Shop Assistant Minimum Role per hour or Part Thereo/ Male or female under 16 yean of age I" cents Female. If years and t /er 17 „ Male. 16 years and ovi 40 .. Where payment is mi a weekl* basis, the shop assistant shall W enUtled to this enhanced hourly ra e in respect of each hour or part thereof worked in ftjaESM Of the ftil number of hours constituting th< normal working week. Made this 29th day of February 1952. %  NICHOLAS JACK. l.i "HIT Commissioner (Ag ) Chairman. Wages Board for Shop Assistants in Bridgetown Approved bj the Oovernor-ln-Fxecutive Committee this 27th d;i of March. 1952 I By COJ mand. j c KING. Clerk, Fxcmlivr Committee. 9.4.52—2 eta. Pat! Equipment. RAJ MiOr | of sale. Dairy AUCTIONI;KRS J M lft H V ..Hl4.t... M {] r cm. Phone 4649 rtaaataUona % %  jldlng. ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS SlIKs it KIOS. ARTS \ ENDI Mts. SFDA8, IOTER1AS V \HIIsm \^ I (IRIOMIIMUS UtAIDOs DE It IMll \ I IIINA e I.JIPTO THANI'S I IT Itni lln -I Dial 3464 NEW TIMES! NEW FASHIONS! NEW SHIRTS! RELIANCE THE SflliiJ ttllttflttttS LOVES



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t'KIDAV. APRIL II. 152 UAHIIAlHiN ADVOCATE rv II.IMN HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON ,-.-.-.-.-.•.-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.--.•.%  .-.-.-.•. I BMB is BO.. I DRINK S&S RUM '" The MM with %  llimr I *ll lu awa ;^ Expert)} Blended and ;* H..U1. J bj •: SH.AKT & SAMPSON j (1938) LID. 11Kpopularity of John While shoe, is built on \ M 1 I. s -HI m DrPtM>ABIIITV Cnnfnrf and sole'.' — Yet, crrlainh — (far* arc as e*v. liltinc and smart hmLint* as \ou could with. Bui lUir oufilaiklini: \ *J ( K rt nhai ntt-n expect and alnatt iM In M lhr> inti-.on short made b John White. Nee ih-n* lot tourtvlt in leading slorcs lhjuut>huiM Barbados. JOHN WHITE means made just right J JUST IIF( FIVF.li IJUA l->le Caatur Hlkrd 11 m and lUcon I.*., and Small Tina Vleun,* I'Wfs. Goddiid I'liiur Powdrr I in. Stove Pollmh Tina lletna Vegetable Salad 1'kf. Bridal lelng Suaar I ins I.. I.lllir Tin* A*UL Swrrl Btaruit* Tina Pineapple (hunks Tina strawberrle* Alao: TIN HAMS spril.il price lu shopkeepert LNCE & CO. LTD. 1*9. ttni.m < h *-r. IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only Your VASTER u HIPPY 00.XE SI,,,,, m* m It. I. srorr A to. Uau.lly Now l.ld. m VOH. Usually Now Botllca lUtllrItotllrs QUBI IBAI KIM iQU-i 1 (IKON A I ION won VI STOUT I.Jt 1.44 3a l.M 1-,. N ll.iU. SWII A* u (ABLINGS BKLR B1SCI ITS— Pbg-/ •dried Cream ritlval taaorled u M 21 36 BLACK MAGK CHOCOLATES (Limited Ouantllleal I 1 lb.. (UkrU 4.1M lib. Bag** MS Mb. Bolea l .M Limited itin'iii"WILSON t I'll Ml HAMS Appro*. 7 lb*, each 1.23 limited Quantities IMPERIAL I.Hi HAMS l.M D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street i II i: o i. o \ \ \ D i: 4; II 41 4 E II I E S ST. VINCENT MIMf.lf.l.l KOOSK AIH si K\ 11 1 ; MaHU SI. Vinreiit'Harbadua/SL Vlneenl Orparta SL Vlneenl . B.IK* u.n Arrive* Barhado* 10.00 a.n li. part" llal.iilr^ 10 3d |J \rrlvr fl SI. Vlneenl l I M I I HBH -I. Vtnrrul/Trlnldad si Viiicnl I'rojrfc. SI. VUieaail BOO .in Arrive* Trmldad .. 10.10 an Departa TrtnMad .. 11.10 a.n Arrive* HI. Vlneenl LOO p.ri WEnNfsnAYS su Vincent/Grenada/St. Vincent Depurla HI Vlneenl i 10.00 n.i Arrive* Grenada 10.10 a i Drparle Grenada, .. 1120 in Arrive* St. Vlnoant 12 nu Additional Ellght Fr> in i i mi.i ,| Time* i n St. Vlneenl i A pfl k alloti Vlncrnt/Barhado*. %  %  %  • %  K*rb*doa/riL Vlarrnt ll' i> irlSt. \ ii" -HI 8 00 .1 II Arrive* Barbados V.00 a n Mqrri. Barbado* . 930 n.n. Arrive* Domlnka 11.30 u m IH-parta I>omlnlea 12.30 p m Arrive* Barbadaa 2.80 pro ItnparU B*rhadoa 3.00 p 01 Arrive* HI. Vlneenl 4 00 p m SI. Vbwenl/TrlBldad/SI. Vlneenl Depart* St. Vlne*m MS Arrive. Trinidad 10.30 pjn IteparU Trlnldadl • II ^ Arrive* SI. Vlneenl 1.00 U.RI AIIIMM It AI'VIIA &. IO.. LTD. \UW.XTS IIT llruud Si. I'l e 17*1 11 O \ I M FOR SCHOOLS for thla book, tin* viclnh nf HIP trh Mi it.iiikin ot luu i>ecn Mi Kjulkm i. logcUuT itnv bava uxoi ,i worK of out sitidintt meril. Tiie iUlhfln i lophaaise that lbr IMmk ll 'le**'K"Fil '"" ,tl1 JrOUItl ggHI. A ht'n %  > %  i %  i -i %  i %  tpiratiooK n i"' rbtth th" latrucUo i i Moan %  i %  inj • puai i e ....... r A and I.I"II!H-.M'.I'K nlull. .MUI. bul .|uit.|/inp-M %  %  uikes nu attempt to ile^l with advanced moves lh* '-• uccumplislu'd by an ***' %  i'i' There are alao Inter**". t iptan "ii Rlnc, BMCI IMB and Itathoda ol Practie* and finally. ! % Walrh HoKlnK. In thi* lupter Hie spectator la lolrt how tit watch boxttM underatnndinly. while the young boxer K howrt how to profit by watch in* food U)xmr* In action. A: uiual In thu lerie* of hooka tlie toxt la railuced in a minimum nnd. wherever poaalbai i %  > itttmniBrd by photoRrapbji, Theae wet.0 by Mr Kirkp:.frin tnoit lucceaaful -nd thia attractive ;>nd Irupn lxok i Idltlen to the GET IT AT THE ... ADVOCATE STATIONERY BROAD ST.



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r \(ii: TWELVE BARBADOS ADVOCATE IKWAY. APRIL II. 1*52 Evert on Defeat Collegians 3—0 1 VKKTON brat Harriaon College Ihroe goals to nil. in a First Division Football Match at Kensington Oval yesterThe first half of the i>une, in which no scorpdi wai characterised by weak kicking by %  %  Everton defended the Pavilion — —— -_ foal; Harrison College touched off i our r fMHU'il *" % <,vunt back and 9rth wUh Problems III ISIXKI 1*1(1 I* XIII s "> corns r; > : Two wpWin i-eeentiy i esjo tin' live minute* Mbna beca' %  %  U ,i l..i:* to score but the %  order* the kick lO since lbs goal-lmpar btfoti M kick WM %  %  %  cither tide havlnd tiin>*da the Ant few minalas. TUfc. College ttot on the offensive Morris %  Mil from the right wing to the left wing, Medford kicked the ball to Tudor who rrmkiikeei Just outside the penalty area. Several lime* Harrison College came near l<> coring bul cither the backs or the goalkeeper averted any threat. At one time Squires oitt it was xouk a powerful shot but it struck Ic but one o* the a player and rebounded led upon his five Tudor wasted several oppor1 %  • *n*d tunilie* by senseless dribbling to be f rtld at le.-iKt i'ul|>ei.per took two powerless four i ted in shots one of which Smith pushed '. t is the rullnfon around the upright. Nothing resulted from the corner kick. The law says that play*"*•' h lf time the teams seem[hi to live minutes yd to realize that the ball was not rid the referee mutt grant "raHc nnd kicked with more power. Morris centred a beautiful shot hui nom or the College forwards there, and Everton'* backs had ample time to clear ll.-i.ynes for K vert on started what .should have been several good movements but his teammates did or.: help him. The first goal ciune when Haynes I lalnly the captain passed the ball to Holder who ran ithar player totSia ,M !" *K ""i 1 * %  the aoaJkeeper be slat to %  •'" h urd .arounder. do so ral player IglU of l-enig mcom perl of penalty-kickT hen Trotman sUred the ball past Smith who chased it but could •x u ihon> MII owniiv for not overtake it before it struck the %  ft-flarataVBffSh, ""' %  i, ]ss from Haynes and raced 6 by toam'g^mft. The ball struck Smith but Holder regained control before int. hacks could interfere and leorsjd into the open goal. The game ended soon after The teams were' — trerttm: Reece, Hall, Weekes. Daniel, Simpson, Roach, Holder. On the iitker hand I sufpect Haynes, Olton. Culpepper (Capt).. •• u „-,.„ the spht tacfcla sealy. in width caW an indirect freeHarrison College: C Smith. Id b< %  Warwd. * lo %  < las realte ptaee. of the east Olympic Stadium now being prepared in Helsinki, Finland, for the forthcomlnic 19T.2 Olympic Oames. A lift inside tli* tower takes the oniookera to various heights in order to watch the many events. km players. '.>slran£e. pmnk to me and I suppose imluln m ASM anticwill soon stop if Roaaabodlj iteps upon them Inilead of 'Seniors) which Bowen again won, this In 28.4 seconds to clip ihe previous 29.8 seconds. Following are the results :— I. I.ONO .M Mli>.l.n-IM4' rSB.1 nrtoid ll ll • In* Ul I, Clark*; >nd S Pi.mo. Srd C lloMo ni.'anw %  ISfl tin. — Record •-'. LONG Jl'Rtr ilaUmeS.ale—10-1* lit V Archer. Irni B Jack. 3rd S Dta I ft. S I Wesley Hall Boys Set Up Four Records IIK.ll III Record 411 •<• BU >1 S. nrtf. Iml K Walnuti. 3rd in/ llncM t 4 Ik I Int. -. THHOWINt. ralrKKT BALI. I •• %  !• I— Record B1 Yd> 1 ft •t J Cut**and S Brlaci: Srd I %  Yen. Diitanc*: a. ydt 1 ft 4 it TliaOWrNG CRICKBT MALL lnlHmrdMlt) -ItMord r SI yd*. 1 ft •I Walton; 3nd K Hall: Srd Bvbri i .ir-f* : -B ydt. 1 ft Four records toppled al Combermi're yesterday when th'.' Wcslvy Hall Boys held the'r sports there. The 22 events proNo. 5. Suppose the ilefcndlnft videxl many .ihrllls and the one team hi awarded %  direct rreewhieh was perhaps most so was ,,, penalty •*• Juntora' high jump which 9Ihc full-bat-k passes the >cai-ild n. Fcrgusson won when UM..".il-kcepcr but ne )'"PPd 4 feet, 2 Inches to the latter ilirt not collect It and Dl ** k > previous record of S UM net. Should fl '?K '* nche ?' L „ %  ,.,l t„ ,,,i. t thampion of the Senior Division was S. RHggs who Is a good Answer. A uual should QOt lie nl h Jumper and a fair all -kick Uw round athlete. K. Holder and V. 13 states; •Fi.-e-kicks-hall Ari,l r "* as Intermediate 'i in %  Ird Cn hampions while H Best was the J Llniof champion. There was keen nvalry beween (he Houses. Parkinson \. % %  % %  Hii.l ilh '\-\ and Cnrver brought up the re.ir with HIUM nr tiaalsrs \*< B r*nunn; Ind Hind*: Jrd Boyi* Wjllon llrlgbl 4 a 1 in* -It... :. U. ee VASDH UnUr-iaeUUI Ut K Holder: i.-l H. Jack:: 3rd W Clemrni Tiin* %  10 1/10 *** IS SS YIROi U inlor-. HeCOTd I 11 VO ll R. ttot: Snd S William*; Jrd K lrW Tim I 11 1/10 UTt II. IU V*ll>* (IaUradUit.l Record %  It S MCI. l-t K Holder: Ind W. Clement: 3rd F Mcniiilrhiiri. Time lSe-10 arc* U IV TAMDK Uaalotti I'd under two headsDirect—from which a | • UM < iFPKhTD1NG SI HE In this enso the <*oal offi-iuling aldo. U j [i.-i and s 117 %  HI-.' ib own team mates while they arc Imth standing m ilu-ir own penalty area. Can ,1 (r ciialtv be awarded* If not what should .,„ be Answer. The referee should send (Hhi Sanioi records broken were ihe 100 V,I,I which llowen 11 9'10 seconds to beat vlous record of 12.4 seconds; the Intermediate high which was won by V. hf i.lTt-.icl.-, „lla,„l recommence Archer who lumped 4 led 2 lot. the name with ,11 mdlred freet„ |„„i ihe provlous S leel 11| and the 220 SPORTS QUIZ The Barbados Advocate will he have to leave the award a book on sport to tho water'' first per-oii who sends the corNOTE. All entries for reef answers to the three fol"Sports Quit" absuld be adlowing questions. dressed "Sports Qnli" c/0 I If a plnysr kicks a footAdvocate Sports Editor, and ball ..nd it burst* on its n l t r on •*! %  oBc b T ia way to the goal but -nil !" n a Saturday April 12 enters the goal, -hould th* Th correct answers and the referee award a goal or '*• o( ">• winner wUl be 1,017 published In tinSunday Ad o mi*— %  %  ,i. .. vocate of AprU 13. ana Tim Tlrllton yield in SelffMSl A „i7 the fhM laaiDRH sgalnst „._.„ %  %  UIB TiliUdad in the 1927 Triangnlsi tournament at Kensington'' Aidses* 3. If a player is ruled **• sld" In water-polo, does it tte VARDH ise.ii.tti Record S H*. l.i ll.iv.rti. 2nd S nmn, 3td Arch-r Time M iReeordi |l IIH.lt IIVP .iKlrini'iliilr BrCTtrl an 11" 1.1 V. Arrhei; Snd V. Chandl-r; lid £4tinner. HelMht 4 ft J In.. -Hf.. IS WHPtl. BARROW \Vt ii>Uit> Ut V Mavnard A C. Juieph. Ind 11 Hiillle and C Sn.Hli IA. RACK RAt'F %  > %  | Ut H Trotman: Ind H KOMI I! 4W YARD* INTrR MOI'Sr. i;IMI MACS let P: Snd A. SNK' TITH-AS • '10 %  %  • IB. OLD BOIS' RACr IN Vernom Chandler IS. TOBDLKBa* BA(*r lit H. (Ireenlrlec se. viarroaa* SLACE I H inr.iM. |Q C I 2nd M Thorpe II. intARDH £> STK4IW FOR HOUKS EVERy NIGHT, EVEf?y iVECK-THEy JUST PUT OH HOGMTJ -SORREL" MA6AIA FACTORY DIAL 4322 .','**-. v// //*-.*,v*v'//v'A'/;' DANCE Sit II..,. Riiinliltii Orrheatra l^ew.nl liuae* leave Lower llreen Hourly i Sale OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS BUT THERE IP ALWAYS UNANIMITY WITH RESPECT TO THE HIGH QUALITY OF MAFFEI MADE SLITS Pr. Wm. Henry VSKy'" Pnone: 2J87 c. Wherever it may be—there is always one very special place to which you (jo for Clothes to Sui* the Occasion. In Barbados, it is usually the house of Rice on Bolton Lane, for fine imported Menswear and Custom-Tailoring. Rice hf Co. •f HolloI -n.Pictured at the left, is something new on the Caribbean horizon. A structure that required $2,000,000. of good West Indian money to erect, built by West Indians, operated by West Indians and the product of which is consumed by West Indians. In this building with its huge 90 foot grain silos and its row of beautiful stainless steel tanks stretching hundreds of feet beyond, is a practical demonstration of what the West Indies can do, what you in fact can do. The proof of the pudding is in the eating, the proof of Carib is in the drinking and Carib really is the finest beer brewed anywhere. "Mr. Carib has S 1410.22 Cor YOI" HAPPY EASTER ... From "OVEN FRESH" SERVICE Do not forget to take home a good stock of ... Delicious SHIRLEY BISCUITS—only 46c per pound. Obtainable at your Grocer or any Shop in the Island. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO.. LTD.



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ESTABLISHED 1895 Vestry Reject Trade Returns From Seven Omnibus Companies THE ST. MICHAEL'S VESTRY after rejecting as unsatisfactory the tradereturns of 7 Motor Omnibus Com-! panies registered and operating in St. Michael, yt proceeded to rate them on the basis of S476 per 'bus In the case of companies owning 10 buses and over, and $381 per bus in the case of companies owning less than 10 buses | The Vestry's action followed its expression of "lack of faith" in the returns submitted by six Bus Concessionaire* who operate the following Bus Companies MY LORD'S HILL BUS CO.; YONX£RS MOTOR OMNlBl'S ro LTD.; LIBERTY MOTOR OMNIBUS CO.; NATIONAL MOTOR OMNIBUS CO, LTD., DIAMOND BUS CO.. ond PROCftESSIVr: BUS CO, LTD. The other Concessionaire, Mr. II. A. Tudor, sent m nil returns yesterday, and these were also rejected. Leading tilt the discussion on this matter, Mr. E. D .Mottley recalled briefly the circumstances which le, h L cadqu arxe !" meanwhile be properly kept. The Progressive' rrporl f' lhM Alllc *l forces killed Bus Co. who had made a return, j Z'XHS?.^ !*""* 2.W0 Oofaldid not accept or refuse, but the "' Clerk of the Vestry reported thai subsequent to trie Report on the matter in the Press, the manager o( that company accepted the offer for Mr. Pile, the Vestry's Auditor to examine his booka. Which was carried on yesterday at about the same time as the Vestry meeting was in progress. This Company was not rated vosterdny pending the Auditor'* report. Business Taken Over The Clerk pointed out further that the Diamond 'Bus Company did not refuse or accept, but had written to say thnt they had taken over business from Mr. H. C. Trotman, and were applying for :.n interim trader's licence. This Company was accordingly rated by the Vestry on the basis set out above. At this point Mr. E. D. Mottley enquired from the Assessors if they had received the returns of. the General Motor Omnibus Co. [ He was informed that a return had i been sent in. showing that the company operated 37 'buses, and. setting out the net profits on the total number of 'buses at 121,HIM. representing a net profit of $372 per unit. U was reported by an Assessor that he had been inforraedspy the Secretary of the General Motor Omnibus Company thai they paid no trade tax in the otheg. parishes. Mr. Mottley queried further whether there was any other 'bu company which had not teat ID any return, and he was Informed that Mr. H. A. Tudor had sent in a return that day In respect of the Uncoln 'Bus Company, setting out a prom of $1,220 which tho Assessor said he understood included the profits on a Funeral Furnishing Business. Not Rated Hon. V. C. Gale, Churchwarden who acted as Chairman of tho meeting enquired whether Mr. Tudor had ever been rated separately, ond was informed that ha had not been so rated. Continuing his general comment on the matter, Mx. E. D. Mottley said that it struck him that on the face of II. the General Motor Omnibus Co.. whose returns showed a profit of $572 per unit, • On Page 7 munists during th e first week of April despite what was described as a lull in the Korean fighting. The Eighth Army said that 1.588 were killed. 1,244 wounded ond 48 captured were included in tho toll. Ground action on Wednesday was the lightest since mid-February bul clearing skies enabled the Filth Au-forcc lighter-bombers to resume attacks on Red positions in North Korea. They met no M.I.G. fighters. Ground action came in the "Punchbowl" Bite when lOO North Korean troop', attacked an Allied outpost United Nations troops withdrew on orders. Allied infantrymen ambushed %  i North Korean unit in the Mu dan—Nl Valley, killing 7 Comma-, I .P. MR. i.nni.l GRIFFITH B.W.I. Observer At Tory Conference LONDON. Mr. <; II C Griffith, H A of Barbados Hon. Correspondence Secretary of the West Indian Students" Union in I-ondon. has been nominated by the Union as Its observer at the annual conference of the Federation of University Conservative and Unionist Assoi lationFrom Ml Quarlen £10 Cliallonge Won On Film Wf-lliiicu>n: Wellington's City Mmioner. the Rev. Harry Squires. accepted %  110 challenge from movie theatre manager Tom McDermoti that he would not alone a midnight screening of The Thing" i"From another ays an advertisement). McDermott gave Squires %  police whistle In case he panicked, but Squires w on and the money goes towards building the Mission'Darby and Joan' hostel for old folk. VYashlnatoa: At 68. Francis Bushman, America'a hrst matinee idol of the silent nim looks back wistfully to the old days when actors really gave It everything they had got. "In those old days," he recalls, "we used to g^t so wrought up that we would swear at each other. The only drawback was that lip-readers in the audiences wrote us som,. UM U pro.!,-hfui letters." Bar llsrbev. Maine: Police chief Howard McFarland Jabbed a Jong pole into a 20-foot snowdrift and found it caught and pulled by a hand somewhere below. They finally dug out a 20yesr-old sailor, Paul Delaney, wh< had been trapped In his salooi. car for Ihree days and nefht*. H, wos unharmed and remarked 'There wasn't much to it. 1 picked up lots of sleep," Wellington: Young Anton Javorsky, a recent Immigrant who was an exhibition motor-cyclist ill Europe, and rode the V\\.i. Death", has been lined £5 by a magistrate. His offences; exceeding 40 m.p.h. (maximum speed for a learner); not displaying L plates, and carrying a pillion rider (prohibited for a learner). Syssne> ; Workmen at the Woomera rocket range icceive extra pay if they havt to live in lard*, Many tents have been replaced by huts, but payments continue. Minister of the Interior. Kent Hughes is to investigate a charge that workmen have re-erecled tents inside the huts so that thev can still draw the allowance. Mexico City: From now on romance must bo pitched on a low key in this temperamental capital. A municipality anti-noise decree to-day ordered street seren.id.-n to keep their voices down or DU a fine. WeUlnrtaa: "T w e n t y one healthy American cltiiens which have passed every test except the oath of allegiance"—were executed to-day aboard the PssBttk liner Aermagi What were thev' Four canaries. six ducks. ten doves and one bantam hen. Thev were part of the stage show of the American magician "The Great Virgil" and had been accepted in Europe, Africa. South America. Canada and Alaska. Bul in New Zealand no-because of the danger nf introducing fowl pest —Ex pre— HOUSING SECTY. TO STUDY AIDED SELF-HELP HOUSING As ., result of the Housing Conference held In Barbados in JH31 and the twelfth Meeting of the Caribbean Commission held in May. 1951, the Government has decided to send the Manager and Secretary of the Housing Beard, Mr. T. O. Lashley, to study principles ..I Aided Self-Help Housing at flrtt hand. Mr. Lashley leaves Barbados on the 13th of April for AnUgu where he will spend four days. He leaves Antigua on the 17th of April for Puerto Rico and proceeds to Jamaica on the 8th of May After a week in Jamaica be will visit Trinidad before returning to Barbados on the 22nd of May. IUUI AMI LEFT The Terminal Build ing st Seaweli befsr* work began an Iks extension of tho building to twice Its sise. Below show the sasse building with extension work nearm* completion The Town (centre) will lnvf another storey before the building I* com"ited Tho Eaatarn half of Iks build ing will be for incoming pan •eager*. Outgoing passenger* will gat the western secUen. Comnmnicauon services as be fore are housed In the Tower. New Industry Planned For W.I. (from Our Own Correspondent) LONDON. April 10 A WEST INDIAN SUGAR FIRM may join with Britain's ulant I.C.I, combine and the Quaker Oat Come ny in the embryo stage but Leading U.S. Steel Plants Go Back Into Operation V|.Mr\. ,1.1 \ IIOI.I.S I AIII Ml .MEET "Red Count" Recalled By nil: <-l \lt ii LONDON. April 10. Dossiers on the intriguing %  rear of the "Had Count" with II the makings of a Hollywood thriller were brought to light here %  CPt'* request for th> f the PoUafa Ambassador charged with complicity In Cairo's 'Black Saturday" riots on Januxy 26. Count Jan Drohnjuwsk i of the aid l'<*i*h liottitiiy nejeried diplomatic career in the pre Ban vi. t Polish Foreign Scrviie wMefl was cut short in 11*26 when h< was seconded from hit of! Ice B< By at Rome. OUreai here hho weivj at one time KV i officers said his genual nail Often nd preference 10 life were the causes of his cxpu'sion. Dmho.iow.ki re! saw and was eve) stated in the Foreign a> which he served l irlng Worl" War II. Drohojowski'5 war service brought him to Indon as mi official of the I'oli.h section of the Ministry of Information, but In 194a etc had a bitter quarrel with the I-ondon-Polish Govern* ment which led tlon. Drohojowskl then beeame Ited Count" when he loaned tl. I'.-lIsh-CommunKt Party and war PITTSBURGH. April 10. LEADING Steel Producers are swinging back into nperatinn In compliance with the Government'* lastmlnute seizure order. An Advance Guard of 650,000 C.I.O. United Steel Workers are filing back int.. Ihe Mill yards to hasten the gradual process of recharging blast furnaces and coke ovens whose idleness has cost the Defence Effort an estimated 1.000,000 Ions of vital steel. nt to Mexk —U.r* i'porU Window Empne ,ii;J Bpaitan meet to-morrow afternoon st Ken sington in a return rirst Di.. vihiou future. Empire is at present bracketed with Notre Dame on points at the bead of the First Division cup line up for the B A FA. trophy. Empire and Notre Dame bare sack scored 12 points in eight games played while Spartan have :ored 10 in eight ganw. played. Rivalry is keen since Spar tan would he once more In the running If they score a win and on the other band if Empire score a win taey will then have only College to negotiate in their flnal fixture in this comsrllUOn. The gate st the Oeorge Ohallanor Stand will be open and the BAT A. aulhorlUes are asking for the co operation of the public, first In bringing the correct change and secondly ths owners of bicycles to refrain from crowding pedestrians coming through the lates. In Pitt • %  burgh. Jones and Laughi Strcl Corporation, fourth milks' producer*, posted work schedea at plan! Steel-worker* load srtth MII> ivisory personnel 'setting up" machinery which expected to be opetalirss l 'uN I last In tour or five days. The Inlted States Steel Corporation %  Id it. was "making an effort" to lesion, prndurtlon at its plants her** and in the Chicago area. The BetMohern Steel, last of the "Big Six" to fall In line with the seizure order, culled ft.non workers the overnight shift last night nt ihe Steelton Pennsylvania plant. Oilier Developments A* the nation's steel plants roared buck into production, there were Uses* "HUT development ln the critical Steel dispute KinU*. Chairman Nathan P. Felnsingei f the Wage Stabilization Board, who has been Steelman's right hand man In the Bleel roedlfitkiej talks was reported as set to advanrc again till proposal thai l.th sides accept—with whalBtJon Is necesfaiy ,i || %  '•nt hourly sVasfe fringe package in the two year ii %  Board first suggested "Uupeekaye" which the tfnlon accepted but the Industry nie-ted an IB month : i;i SJtk DA. Secondly. President Clareneo Bandall of Inland Bleel Corporatlon delivered an official industry reply to Truman's "seizure speech" lay night accusing tho of II "corrupt political daal" with C.I.O. and of %  -transgressing his oath of office." Thirdly, boiled among Congressional Republicans and Senate ReMihls members who considered a proposal to have It investigate,! by i 'mllctary Commille.' Fourthly HsttJp Murray, wl naadS both CIO. and Steel Workers called bis lop Union le.,|e T fal meetings here tomorrow foi full rfpoti oi the BteeJ erstli xti VI I fid POs^POntd the strike five times at Government request Management spokesmen said that "v IS Pseving the legal :'Mim:m's powers and 'i immediate court decision Ha said the Companies want 10 find out if Government la •lolling" on the test of legality I'T. IKK Mst'.t ssr.s I WBMGBOUW MtftCfS i\ HI SSI i PAHIS. April Hi United States repraientativa Alvln C, C tt' IVi tern Eaai trli Striken with rnamben In 43 states began litketing on Use order,,f Joseph %  unlcatlon Vorken of America. Jl was reported that Uu I'm.", planned to strike tl three NOrtk Bleetrte Platrt i gaged in prixluetitei f Western European nation, b given further United Slates aid. ShQ U thes make greater proDTd unity and Miengthcnlng themselves. I In' Sul>-Ci>mnilttee the l'mte.i States-European allies, especially Britain. for fumbling with the unified build-up against possible Communist aggression. They said flatly thai further old must be peg-;ed on the 'ereation of I md w a rneJ thai otMr*ise billions at* dollars Ii i be wasted. rks | BSW nsere Is %  e,!,-, ssrldsani g 11 ieuT-tsilB, de> Itnite agn'ements and mutual c operation m oidir to realtSS tl •tfijerlives ,,f U„|,,.. world." While not wanting the United 5J ik to ink i tate in the in%  i-inai attain or other nsUorss, the Kuh-Cnmnnttee said Ihe iieople the United States will oppose rurthSt aid unless the Allies do what is necessary to strengthen I %  'i .e|\ I They said: "Thi* Is no* an un%  ., -.'.., l.I• condition ami |IOS willing to take action m their domestic problem \l\l help neither them nor ourselves by recklessly pouring out Mil money." —v.r. FrancoTunisian Crisis Detidlockod TUNIS, April 10. Speculation mn wild, as Whether Tunisia's lremler Salah E idine BacoucsM win reeeJvi l!e\ oullirnatlon of his new Cabinet today as the Prancol ilsls. went into its 13th With the United Nations i oiimil due |o A if today as to whether lo include the oi pute on its agenda TuiUeye> turned toward New York ring fears among Prcmsi officials that the deadline will pass igslfl and an announcement of %  sill lie further postponed. H"tn Mai.oiii he anil lie. Sidl Mohammed Al Amlu Psssssl have been playing hide and seek gflth the Flench resident QetV eral Count J. de Havteclocque • MI i nee the new Premie named on Marah 31. —U.P. discussions would Wednesday furthei take | LOnslosi. Furfurol ut one of the important constituents in the making or plan lies and is n0 w being considered for nylon. It can be extracted from bagasse. At present America has a monopoly of furfurol wha.h hato be purchased In Britain for dollars. If production can be started in the West In.ties. t would therefore be an imports***, dollar saver. Mr Walfeei tdded that plans 'oi saakang pulp for paper from Bagasse had been temporarily shelved as the bottom had fallen out of the market and possibilities were no longer there as they had been when he first left England. Canada Pleased On his way back from the West Indies. Mr. Walker spent a few days in Ottawa where he had talks with Ministers. He said that Canada was extremely pleased that friendly trading relationi with the West Indies wet stored at the end of this yes*. He stressed the Importance of a Canadian market to the West Indies, pointing out that In SO years time lh,. population of Canada might be two and a half times ihe present figure. This would preset)t a terrific potential market .md It was possible that if the price was suitable the West Indies might rind it advisable even to drop exports to the United Kingdom and concentrate, on Canada. Truman Will IMot Accept Draft WASHINGTON, April 10. President Truman told hi- Press Conference that he will not accept any draft to nm again asPresident of the United States. Truman said he does not plan attend the Democratic Party's i Convention because • sees no necessity for being in lieagSX Asked whether he might press preference for candidate lor ty Convention the President said that he hoped this would Bet lie necessary. Ha said he would campaign on behalf of the democratic nom—whoever he may be—to extent of his ability. Presilenl, responding to reporters who mught additional background on his decision to fON. April Hi The B..'.>n rcresfD Office is studying the Bet %  note on German unity handed to 'he British Ambassador In MoieSW, Sir Aivary G-eoigne yesterday, who immedia'. graphed the lext of the note to -.h Foreign Office. plans for an Easter week-end In '.he country so that he can study The Soviet note to the Western Powers of March 11 proposed an early coneluMon of the Peace Treaty with Germany. The Western powers replied in largely identical notes on March Poraigu Anthony !25 asking few clarification of the Eden It reported likely to cancel' Russian proposals snd stipulating '.ons in East I nnd the creation of ana -nt as necessary to the conclusion of a Peace Treaty Tr % %  Vyshlnsky yesterday summntssdi the three Western diptoti ed them I i' r. _i MM


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ESTABLISHED 1895
Vestry Reject Trade
Returns From Seven
Omnibus Companies
THE ST. MICHAEL'S VESTRY after rejecting as un-
satisfactory the trade- returns of 7 Motor Omnibus Com-!
panies registered and operating in St. Michael, yt
proceeded to rate them on the basis of S476 per 'bus In the
case of companies owning 10 buses and over, and $381 per
bus in the case of companies owning less than 10 buses |
The Vestry's action followed its
expression of "lack of faith" in the
returns submitted by six Bus Con-
cessionaire* who operate the fol-
lowing Bus Companies MY
LORD'S HILL BUS CO.; YONX-
RS MOTOR OMNlBl'S ro
LTD.; LIBERTY MOTOR OMNI-
BUS CO.; NATIONAL MOTOR
OMNIBUS CO, LTD., DIAMOND
BUS CO.. ond PROCftESSIVr:
BUS CO, LTD. The other Con-
cessionaire, Mr. II. A. Tudor, sent
m nil returns yesterday, and these
were also rejected.
Leading tilt the discussion on
this matter, Mr. E. D .Mottley re-
called briefly the circumstances
which le action, and said that they had
written letters to the companies
concerned informing them that the
Vestry deemed their returns un-
satisfactory and suggested send-
ing In auditors to go through
their books, and submit reports
In each case.
In some Instances the names of
two auditors were submitted from
whom one should be selected by
the company concerned, and .they
were both refused. In other cases,
i.nly mm auditor was suggested,
and he was also refused.
The Companies who refused
both auditors were LIBERTY
MOTOR OMNIBUS CO.. LTD..
NATIONAL MOTOR OMNIBUS
CO. and the YONKERS 'BUS CO.
The My Lord1* Hill 'But Co. ac- j
f?pted the offer that an auditor
Reds Remain
Obstinate
On Russia
PANMVNJOM. April 10
I Sited Nations and Cotnmuiu
negotiators appeared readv
terns discuss u
' su,:' Offle da hdloek
111 the Sub-delegations talks.
Hull- mi hope that the war
prisoner problem would be solved
after the debate resumes, although
private conferences held by each
Side have been cloaked In secrecy.
Chances dwindled for an imme-
diate settlement of Russia's role as
post armistice truce negotiator
nr.d Red demands for recvnstruc-
tion of North Korean military air-
fields. Sub-delegates failed ts)
frea ..] though they were willing
U turn the problems back to the
officers.
The Chinese Major General
Heih Fang read a prepared state*
ment at today's six minute meet-
ing declaring that the Reds would
Ml withdraw their nomination of
Russia as neutral truce inspector.
He said the Communists eouTd not
accept the ban on airfield c
struction during the truce.
He reported he would not object
to reverting all Issues back to Staff
Officer meetings.
sflouTd go through their books, ond | o KK **__ ,
the Auditor reported that in his V *-""^
opinion the books seemed not to1 *"">, hLcadqu,arxe meanwhile
be properly kept. The Progressive'rrporlf' lhM Alllc*l forces killed
Bus Co. who had made a return, j Z'XHS?.^ !*""* 2.W0 Oofal-
did not accept or refuse, but the "'
Clerk of the Vestry reported thai
subsequent to trie Report on the
matter in the Press, the manager
o( that company accepted the
offer for Mr. Pile, the Vestry's
Auditor to examine his booka.
Which was carried on yesterday
at about the same time as the
Vestry meeting was in progress.
This Company was not rated vos-
terdny pending the Auditor'* re-
port.
Business Taken Over
The Clerk pointed out further
that the Diamond 'Bus Company
did not refuse or accept, but had
written to say thnt they had taken
over business from Mr. H. C.
Trotman, and were applying for
:.n interim trader's licence. This
Company was accordingly rated
by the Vestry on the basis set
out above.
At this point Mr. E. D. Mottley
enquired from the Assessors if
they had received the returns of.
the General Motor Omnibus Co. [
He was informed that a return had i
been sent in. showing that the
company operated 37 'buses, and.
setting out the net profits on the
total number of 'buses at 121,HIM.
representing a net profit of $372
per unit. U was reported by an
Assessor that he had been inforra-
edspy the Secretary of the General
Motor Omnibus Company thai
they paid no trade tax in the otheg.
parishes.
Mr. Mottley queried further
whether there was any other 'bu
company which had not teat ID
any return, and he was Informed
that Mr. H. A. Tudor had sent in
a return that day In respect of the
Uncoln 'Bus Company, setting out
a prom of $1,220 which tho
Assessor said he understood in-
cluded the profits on a Funeral
Furnishing Business.
Not Rated
Hon. V. C. Gale, Churchwarden
who acted as Chairman of tho
meeting enquired whether Mr.
Tudor had ever been rated separ-
ately, ond was informed that ha
had not been so rated.
Continuing his general comment
on the matter, Mx. E. D. Mottley
said that it struck him that on
the face of II. the General Motor
Omnibus Co.. whose returns
showed a profit of $572 per unit,
On Page 7
munists during the first week of
April despite what was described
as a lull in the Korean fighting.
The Eighth Army said that 1.588
were killed. 1,244 wounded ond
48 captured were included in tho
toll.
Ground action on Wednesday
was the lightest since mid-Feb-
ruary bul clearing skies enabled
the Filth Au-forcc lighter-bom-
bers to resume attacks on Red
positions in North Korea. They
met no M.I.G. fighters. Ground
action came in the "Punchbowl"
Bite when lOO North Korean
troop', attacked an Allied outpost
United Nations troops withdrew
on orders.
Allied infantrymen ambushed
i North Korean unit in the Mu
danNl Valley, killing 7 Comma-,
I .P.
MR. i.nni.l GRIFFITH
B.W.I. Observer At
Tory Conference
LONDON.
Mr. <; II C Griffith, H A of
Barbados Hon. Correspondence
Secretary of the West Indian Stu-
dents" Union in I-ondon. has been
nominated by the Union as Its
observer at the annual conference
of the Federation of University
Conservative and Unionist Asso-
i lation-
From Ml Quarlen
10 Cliallonge
Won On Film
Wf-lliiicu>n: Wellington's City
Mmioner. the Rev. Harry Squires.
accepted 110 challenge from
movie theatre manager Tom Mc-
Dermoti that he would not
alone a midnight screening of
The Thing" i"From another
ays an advertisement).
McDermott gave Squires police
whistle In case he panicked, but
Squires won and the money goes
towards building the Mission'-
Darby and Joan' hostel for old
folk.
VYashlnatoa: At 68. Francis
Bushman, America'a hrst matinee
idol of the silent nim looks back
wistfully to the old days when
actors really gave It everything
they had got. "In those old days,"
he recalls, "we used to g^t so
wrought up that we would swear
at each other. The only draw-
back was that lip-readers in the
audiences wrote us som,. um u
pro.!,-hfui letters."
Bar llsrbev. Maine: Police
chief Howard McFarland Jabbed a
Jong pole into a 20-foot snow-
drift and found it caught and
pulled by a hand somewhere be-
low. They finally dug out a 20-
yesr-old sailor, Paul Delaney, wh<
had been trapped In his salooi.
car for Ihree days and nefht*. H,
wos unharmed and remarked
'There wasn't much to it. 1
picked up lots of sleep,"
Wellington: Young Anton
Javorsky, a recent Immigrant who
was an exhibition motor-cyclist
ill Europe, and rode the V\\.i. .
Death", has been lined 5 by a
magistrate. His offences; exceed-
ing 40 m.p.h. (maximum speed for
a learner); not displaying L plates,
and carrying a pillion rider (pro-
hibited for a learner).
Syssne>; Workmen at the Woom-
era rocket range icceive extra
pay if they havt to live in lard*,
Many tents have been replaced by
huts, but payments continue.
Minister of the Interior. Kent
Hughes is to investigate a charge
that workmen have re-erecled
tents inside the huts so that thev
can still draw the allowance.
Mexico City: From now on
romance must bo pitched on a low
key in this temperamental capital.
A municipality anti-noise decree
to-day ordered street seren.id.-n
to keep their voices down or du
a fine.
WeUlnrtaa: "T w e n t y one
healthy American cltiiens which
have passed every test except the
oath of allegiance"were execu-
ted to-day aboard the PssBttk
liner Aermagi What were thev'
Four canaries. six ducks. ten
doves and one bantam hen. Thev
were part of the stage show of the
American magician "The Great
Virgil" and had been accepted in
Europe, Africa. South America.
Canada and Alaska. Bul in New
Zealand no-because of the dan-
ger nf introducing fowl pest
Ex pre
HOUSING SECTY.
TO STUDY AIDED
SELF-HELP HOUSING
As ., result of the Housing
Conference held In Barbados in
JH31 and the twelfth Meeting of
the Caribbean Commission held in
May. 1951, the Government has
decided to send the Manager and
Secretary of the Housing Beard,
Mr. T. O. Lashley, to study
principles ..I Aided Self-Help
Housing at flrtt hand.
Mr. Lashley leaves Barbados on
the 13th of April for AnUgu
where he will spend four days.
He leaves Antigua on the 17th
of April for Puerto Rico and pro-
ceeds to Jamaica on the 8th of
May After a week in Jamaica
be will visit Trinidad before
returning to Barbados on the
22nd of May.
IUUI AMI
LEFT The Terminal Build
ing st Seaweli befsr* work be-
gan an Iks extension of tho
, building to twice Its sise.
Below show the sasse building
with extension work nearm*
completion The Town (cen-
tre) will lnvf another storey
before the building I* com-
"ited
Tho Eaatarn half of Iks build
ing will be for incoming pan
eager*. Outgoing passenger*
will gat the western secUen.
Comnmnicauon services as be
fore are housed In the Tower.
New Industry
Planned For W.I.
(from Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON. April 10
A WEST INDIAN SUGAR FIRM may join with
Britain's ulant I.C.I, combine and the Quaker Oat Com-
eny an.
Mr. Alan Walker. ManaRinR Director of Caroni and
the West Indian Sugar Company, gave ttrst details today
after arriving back from a two-month business visit to
Trinidad. Jamaica and Canada
He said his Company were discussing with LCI. and
Quaker Oats the possibility of establishing, a factory to
produce lurfurol m either Trinidad or Jamaica.
Ha smpbaasged 'hat 'he plan
ml> in the embryo stage but
Leading U.S. Steel Plants
Go Back Into Operation
V|.Mr\. ,1.1 \ IIOI.I.S I AIII Ml .MEET
"Red Count"
Recalled
By nil:..... <-l \lt ii
LONDON. April 10.
Dossiers on the intriguing
rear of the "Had Count" with
II the makings of a Hollywood
thriller were brought to light here
* CPt'* request for th>
f the PoUafa Ambassador charg-
ed with complicity In Cairo's
'Black Saturday" riots on Janu-
xy 26.
Count Jan Drohnjuwsk i of the
aid l'<*i*h liottitiiy nejeried
diplomatic career in the pre Ban
vi. t Polish Foreign Scrviie wMefl
was cut short in 11*26 when h<
was seconded from hit of! Ice B<
By at Rome.
OUreai here hho weivj
at one time KV i
officers said his genual nail
Often nd preference 10
life were the causes of his cxpu'-
sion.
Dmho.iow.ki re!
saw and was eve)
stated in the Foreign a>
which he served l irlng Worl"
War II.
Drohojowski'5 war service
brought him to Indon as mi
official of the I'oli.h section of
the Ministry of Information, but
In 194a etc had a bitter quarrel
with the I-ondon-Polish Govern*
ment which led
tlon.
Drohojowskl then beeame Ited
Count" when he loaned tl. I'.-l-
Ish-CommunKt Party and war
PITTSBURGH. April 10.
LEADING Steel Producers are swinging back into
nperatinn In compliance with the Government'* last-
mlnute seizure order. An Advance Guard of 650,000 C.I.O.
United Steel Workers are filing back int.. Ihe Mill yards
to hasten the gradual process of recharging blast furnaces
and coke ovens whose idleness has cost the Defence Effort
an estimated 1.000,000 Ions of vital steel.
nt to Mexk
U.r*
i'porU Window
Empne ,ii;J Bpaitan meet
to-morrow afternoon st Ken
sington in a return rirst Di..
vihiou future. Empire is at
present bracketed with Notre
Dame on points at the bead of
the First Division cup line up
for the B A FA. trophy.
Empire and Notre Dame
bare sack scored 12 points in
eight games played while
Spartan have :ored 10 in
eight ganw. played.
Rivalry is keen since Spar
tan would he once more In the
running If they score a win
and on the other band if Em-
pire score a win taey will then
have only College to negotiate
in their flnal fixture in this
comsrllUOn.
The gate st the Oeorge
Ohallanor Stand will be open
and the BAT A. aulhorlUes
are asking for the co operation
of the public, first In bringing
the correct change and second-
ly ths owners of bicycles to
refrain from crowding pedes-
trians coming through the
lates.
In Pitt burgh. Jones and Laugh-
i Strcl Corporation, fourth milk-
s' producer*, posted work sched-
ea at plan! Steel-worker*
load srtth mii> ivisory personnel
'setting up" machinery which
expected to be opetalirss l 'uN
I last In tour or five days. The
Inlted States Steel Corporation
.Id it. was "making an effort" to
lesion, prndurtlon at its plants
her** and in the Chicago area. The
BetMohern Steel, last of the "Big
Six" to fall In line with the seiz-
ure order, culled ft.non workers
the overnight shift last night nt
ihe Steelton Pennsylvania plant.
Oilier Developments
A* the nation's steel plants
roared buck into production, there
were Uses* "Hut development ln
the critical Steel dispute
KinU*. Chairman Nathan P.
Felnsingei f the Wage Stabiliza-
tion Board, who has been Steel-
man's right hand man In the Bleel
roedlfitkiej talks was reported as
set to advanrc again till proposal
thai l.th sides acceptwith whal-
BtJon Is necesfaiy ,i ||
'nt hourly sVasfe fringe package in
the two year ii '
Board first suggested "Uu- peek-
aye" which the tfnlon accepted but
the Industry nie-ted an IB month
: i;i SJtk DA.
Secondly. President Clareneo
Bandall of Inland Bleel Corpora-
tlon delivered an official industry
reply to Truman's "seizure speech"
lay night accusing tho
of ii "corrupt political
daal" with C.I.O. and of -trans-
gressing his oath of office."
Thirdly,
boiled among Congressional Re-
publicans and Senate ReMihls
members who considered a pro-
posal to have It investigate,! by
i 'mllctary Commille.'
Fourthly HsttJp Murray, wl
naadS both CIO. and Steel Work-
ers called bis lop Union le.,|eT
fal meetings here tomorrow foi full
rfpoti oi the BteeJ erstli xti
VI I fid POs^POntd the strike
five times at Government request
Management spokesmen said that
"v IS Pseving the legal
:'Mim:m's powers and
'i immediate court decis-
ion Ha said the Companies want
10 find out if Government la
lolling" on the test of legality
I'T.
IKK Mst'.t ssr.s
I WBMGBOUW
MtftCfS i\ HI SSI i
PAHIS. April Hi
United States repraientativa
Alvln C, C with General Elsenhower pe**thl
plsns to mobilise undergrow i Iral
righting forces in the Soviet Union
and elsewhere behind tho Iron
in case of war.
C.P.
I am urn For
Finland Fund
A fund has been started to
detry the expenses of Ken
Farunm at the Olympic Otm
In Helsinki next July.
Do your bit to place West
Indies cycling on the sportlnn
map of the World.
Donation, can be seat to tho
Royal Bank of Canada, Bar-
clay's Bank and the Barbados
Advocate.
Amount previously
acknowledged .. tun no
B'dos Amateur Water
Polo and Swimming
Association 2ft 00
E. L. R. ,, ., i 00
Total
.. 1172 00
3-Power London
Talks Broken Off
LONDON. April 10 -
Three-Power l^ndou talks be-
tween Britain, the Unite,! States
and Italy on Western Trieste.
broke off for the East<
end aflcr the Plenary Session thl
morn ing.
P rson Uixon, Britain
Julius C Holmes United States
'and Ambassador Manlio Rroaio.
leaders of the three di
who are seeking to associate Italy
more cloealy with the Adminf'i-
of the free territories zone,
were all present. A statement on
the first week's discussion will be
i .ter.
I'.P.
MHUHHi Telephone
Workers On Strikv
WASHINGTON. April Hi.
About 300.000 Telephone W-ik-
tfl ovei most of tho United
States, stayed away from work
today refusing to pass Picket
thrown around the Com-
pany liividingN by striking Wes-
hM I 'i Company E|ulp-
mrnt Workers. Actually, only
I'1.000 Western EU. tn, men and
SI.000 Telephone *i : ,,, i
ouier ecnploreea in Michigan,!
Jersey and N ,
(aiirornia were --it on ,
mil wage increase de-1
nands. Then waflroul i^-gan four
dsn ssj .
l | (Uses Hell Telephone
.irne idle
->tt' IVi tern Eaai trli Striken
with rnamben In 43 states began
litketing on Use order- ,,f Joseph

unlcatlon Vorken of America.
Jl was reported that Uu I'm.",
planned to strike tl three NOrtk
Bleetrte Platrt
i gaged in prixluetitei f I The-*
plants wi re Win inn Salem
Burlington and (ireenslxno. Tele-
phone Workers now earn about
Jl n HI IsOttr, They want In-
creases from 10 to 23 cents, while
Companies have so fai offi-M-d
121 cents.
Woea;-long strike of 30,ooo
Western Union employees who
want increased wages and other
ni Is still continuinj-
without apparent hope- f-r anv
Immediate settlement U.P.
(ireater U.S.
Aid Urged
For W.luirope
WASHINGTON April 10
A HOUSS Foreimi AJJ
Committi*e in a report so a full
House Cimnnitlee following
ssureaean m psc*4on trip lab
i.commended that th>
Western European nation, b
given further United Slates aid.
ShQ U thes make greater pro-
DTd unity and Miength-
cnlng themselves.
I In' Sul>-Ci>mnilttee
the l'mte.i States-Eu-
ropean allies, especially Britain.
for fumbling with the unified
build-up against possible Com-
munist aggression. They said flat-
ly thai further old must be peg-
-;ed on the 'ereation of I
md warneJ thai otMr-
*ise billions at* dollars Ii
i be wasted.
rks | bsW nsere Is
e,!,-, ssrldsani g 11 ieuT-tsilB, de>
Itnite agn'ements and mutual c
operation m oidir to realtSS tl
tfijerlives ,,f U- |,,.. world."
While not wanting the United
5J ik to ink i tate in the in-
i-inai attain or other nsUorss, the
Kuh-Cnmnnttee said Ihe iieople
the United States will oppose
rurthSt aid unless the Allies do
what is necessary to strengthen
I 'i .e|\ I .
They said: "Thi* Is no* an un-
., -.'.., l.I condition ami |IOS
willing to take action
m their domestic problem
\l\l help neither them nor our-
selves by recklessly pouring out
Mil money."
v.r.
Franco- Tunisian
Crisis Detidlockod
TUNIS, April 10.
Speculation mn wild, as
Whether Tunisia's lremler Salah
E idine BacoucsM win reeeJvi
l!e\ oullirnatlon of his new
Cabinet today as the Pranco-
l ilsls. went into its 13th
With the United Nations
i oiimil due |o A.....if
today as to whether lo include
the oi pute on its agenda TuiU-
eye> turned toward New York
ring fears among Prcmsi of-
ficials that the deadline will pass
igslfl and an announcement of
sill lie further post-
poned. H"tn Mai.oiii he anil lie.
Sidl Mohammed Al Amlu Psssssl
have been playing hide and seek
gflth the Flench resident QetV
eral Count J. de Havteclocque
mi i nee the new Premie
named on Marah 31.
U.P.
discussions would
Wednesday
furthei
take |
LOnslosi.
Furfurol ut one of the impor-
tant constituents in the making or
plan lies and is n0w being con-
sidered for nylon. It can be ex-
tracted from bagasse. At present
America has a monopoly of fur-
furol wha.h ha- to be purchased
In Britain for dollars. If produc-
tion can be started in the West
In.ties. t would therefore be an
imports***, dollar saver.
Mr Walfeei tdded that plans
'oi saakang pulp for paper from
Bagasse had been temporarily
shelved as the bottom had fallen
out of the market and possibili-
ties were no longer there as they
had been when he first left Eng-
land.
Canada Pleased
On his way back from the West
Indies. Mr. Walker spent a few
days in Ottawa where he had
talks with Ministers. He said that
Canada was extremely pleased
that friendly trading relationi
with the West Indies wet
stored at the end of this yes*.
He stressed the Importance of
a Canadian market to the West
Indies, pointing out that In SO
years time lh,. population of
Canada might be two and a half
times ihe present figure. This
would preset)t a terrific potential
market .md It was possible that
if the price was suitable the West
Indies might rind it advisable
even to drop exports to the United
Kingdom and concentrate, on
Canada.
Truman Will
IMot Accept
Draft
WASHINGTON, April 10.
President Truman told hi-
Press Conference that he will not
accept any draft to nm again as-
President of the United States.
Truman said he does not plan
attend the Democratic Party's
i Convention because
sees no necessity for being in
lieagSX Asked whether he might
press preference for candidate
lor ty Convention the President
said that he hoped this would
Bet lie necessary.
Ha said he would campaign on
behalf of the democratic nom-
whoever he may beto
extent of his ability. Presi-
lenl, responding to reporters who
mught additional background on
his decision to f mpaign said he had ded
1 run again simply because he
did not want to. He said he had
in.ni. up his mind not to run
gain more than a year ago.
r.ir
w&
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Nov. 14 Is A I'ubliY
Holitluv In Antigua
trrrnn Our Own ODneepondent'
ST JOHN'S AnUeTus
In Antigua the birthday of thd
lag t'lfor..- | a public
holiday so in view of her Ma-
jesty s accession to the throtn-.
the Mth of November in each
year, whi--h k the birthday of
Prince Charles will be cafcnfrrated
as i, holiday.
U.K. Studies Russian Note
MUTING
MTH HIS CA
in Havana for the flnt time since in* Cuban revolt, strong man Osa. F*ul-
e) faces a tough problemwhether to assume tht Cuban presidency under
a constitutional but short-term loophole or stake his political future on a general election this summer,
foe ooup overthrew ths government of President Carlos Prto Socarraa. ,/ deesalWaoJ: gotwdsXclo^
:>ON. April Hi
The B..'.>n rcresfD Office is
studying the Bet
note on German unity handed to
'he British Ambassador In Moi-
eSW, Sir Aivary G-eoigne yes-
terday, who immedia'.
graphed the lext of the note to
' -.h Foreign Office.
plans for an Easter week-end In
'.he country so that he can study
The Soviet note to the Western
Powers of March 11 proposed an
early coneluMon of the Peace
Treaty with Germany.
The Western powers replied in
largely identical notes on March
Poraigu Anthony !25 asking few clarification of the
Eden It reported likely to cancel' Russian proposals snd stipulating
'.ons in East I
nnd the creation of ana
-nt as necessary to the
conclusion of a Peace Treaty
Tr
Vyshlnsky yesterday summntssdi
the three Western diptoti
*
ed them I
i' r.
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PAGE TWO
BARBADOS.ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. APRIL "
CcUiih CaUinq
.IUDY IN REUNION WITH DAUGHTW
Mil
AND
TnllMay of Tiromle
Mm.
Maxwell C
. Kent '
KnrUnd ar<< due U> leave today
.01 EniiUmi by the (otaakk
after almo-t three months tn
Baibado*. They were guests
Brat at the Hotel Rovat an
11 the Crane Hotrl.
Mr n.rlbdey it Chi. prinn and
Managing Director of Voultom
Limited. Master Strvi-dores of
I-oisBon. Liverpool and Glasgow
This -mpany m founded In
1892 by the late Mr. Fra-derii
Strut ton, one of the i,.-irtn.
Scrution Sons and Co.. the
manager* of the old Direct Unr
M Mr..mers which maintained a
regular service to the West Indies, J
British Guiana and Bell/.- ftp
very many yean. Mr Hulllday
therefore has had close a-aocla-
ttons with the West b
many years and came to Barba-
dos to observe canto handling,
methods buih bam ..nd in the
other Islands
Both Mr. and Mrs. Halluiay
have thoroughly enjoyed their
>tar In Barbados and grmtlv
appreciate the courteous attention
;nd help which has been vk tended
to them by all with whom (he?
have been associated while In
i he island.
For Cricket Board Moot
KIDNEY. Manager
the Barbad
(IA8TON I.OMINOUE7.
Rl
Scouts' Camp
TWENTY-FIVE scouts of Um
3rd Bridgetown (Cathedral
intfar Group ScouUnaitei
QlOgan Spencer left Ittidget'i a-i
yesterday afternoon for St. Al
& hnol. St. James
i:> will be lamping dur
rig the Raster week-end.
This ik the Ural camp for this
IsaM Its re-organisation
and under its new leadership.
Most of the scouts are tender-
f....'..- who will have their first
enmping experience which em-
bodlas self-reliance and resource-
Thls camp will also afford
:'ii- scouts the opportunity of liv-
f n a "home away from home."
First Visit
PAYING their first holiday
visit to Barbados are Mrs.
Reubena Su-Peu of British Guiana
and Mrs. M. M.David who runs a
boarding house In Trinidad. They
arrived on Monday evening by
H W.I.A. tor two weeks' holiday
and are staying at Silver Beach
Q H Boom, ioeMaj
Mrs. Su-Peu who was fan Trini-
dad as the guest of Mrs. McDavld
for two weeks, also spent three
,ut weeks in Maracaibo Before re-
MV.
Regular Visitors
EGUl^AK visitors to Barbados
are Mr. and Mrs.
Dominfue/ and their son Oasian ,.,_.,
rf Caracas. Veneauela Here for "r"" ., .5.
a abort holiday over Easter they I"""d' ' toP *
are stsying: at the Hotel Royal or~* n,r "*.
Foundry, They plan to return to Venezuela
he
._ at Trinidad
furth
Both Mrs Su-Pau and Mrs.
left last night for Trinidad by "n Tussday. Mr David are delighted at being
B.W.I.A. mtraiusl for British Gaston is one <>f Vntcsuels's '" 'Urbados They dascrlbed their
Guiana to attend a meeting of the leading young swimmer*, and he vl,lt *> *s refreshing.
Indie* Cricket Bonrd of hopes to take part in the Swim- Solicitor GeiMral
ning Competition between liar- \MH. W W. KC u.f Sollc-
With Shell ,ff?B,,2!!l,,2a,l,'a'1 iVI'1-" Genarai left the' island
from tho Barbado* Water Hoto yesterday afUsmoon by B.G Air-
wfc*t" w.tvs fur H.I Vlniwm II.. t.aa
Control

recent].
Hotel
*% ^y* .*or. *?"*" "nd Altamlra Clubs in Caracas
[ vacation ui Barbados. They and he told Carlb that in Vcne-
testa at the St. iAwrenco zuaia Ihey have competitions
every month.
B.G. Timbers Gaston has now left school He
LSAVING by B W.I.A today w ,0f tudc.i
for Georgetown is Ml ( PI '"IW'o afccuela !_ Florid.
Twlss of th. B.G Timbers Co. j"1* ** ms fourth
o.-tn., WJ>,S tor Sl Vincent. He told
-lilan? iU,T,b ,hal only on lour
1 lining on Monday morning.
Resident Tutor
MH L. li Laater. formerly
Director of Education in
at the Jamaica and now Resident Tutor
- the Windward Islands for the
Mr. Twiss In
Abort visits t>
St. Lucia
spent two weeks
dos.
D Barba- University College of the West
Indies, arrived here on Tiu-uIjv
"! " s> Lawrence Hotel and En Route to EnfUnd '> hwi.a. (rum hu tSS.
ato look the opgorlunll.r in peg miias IRIS WAIJ, of Montaer- siuarlera In SI. Lucia. II,- was
31. Vincent jnd ITS nil whow lalticr ii a well accompanied by Mra. Baatcr. They
known Coanmlaelon Merchant in '' staying al ile Hole! Royal
11 S Otnaul Raluni. '""' "'"ny "$"** nerc on Fri- Mr. and Mr Kuter expecU 10
f51 wyr- u s- *-un- S '' r,Ur'"l counk- She Ma for ihe Unlled Kinadom on
aul. nrtumed from Antanu lu...... u..s evenlnk bv the leave.
un Wadoaada, by B.W.I A afler Calami*. Ira- falhe, | .bjo 0 o_rt VI.U
n rJlorl vlalu Cai......., N.Uon.l s,..m.WtZ?______ B S*ort Vult
Biuiawu Trip
MK,
MR. AI-AIM PORTER of H.
Robinson and Co..
Ml
focir,;.; N"UM0onL,1"*m"h"*' Mfi-AND "" "*-Ch""""
i- Crucifixion at St. Bamsbaa t cl"lrm""- Puuiuiion, sl
Porl-of- OTAINLh S HUCIOXION will i*W l*A T.f,T,.iST""T o?
Spain hu returned to Trinidad ^ b.- re ,., ,,,,, ul St YlZii t! T*"1" "" St
^fter a .horl bualnn. trtp to Hamab.. . -"jj vchS. 'i^l'- ,1?"' h,v' 0"' on
Maaar. Cole and Co. Lid Bololalawil. Irr STcSf ""^aS-. .
Mr. Porter waa a uet at the Meaara E R". i-l F Thomp- **. Lucia Planter
St. Lawrence Hotel. J,0"; Hul" > miUipa and S/fTI O PURCHAS. planter of
Spent the Day >nEL. in . 1Vls' L"" '-"' "" '"
I JOHN It Ait I*. General WIJI 3Pend I hree Wcnska Tiarbados on a vlf.ll. Ha arrived
. Manager of B.W I A. arrived IVfl5 L' H- KAPLAN, an Ameri- on Tueaday by B.W.I.A. and i'
from Trinidad by H.W.I.A. yaa- 1T*-can workina in Iha Oilfields tBy'nK it Norwood, St. Jamef..
lerday morning on a buaineat in Venezuela, arrived here on R.Hk tm X^.la.a
visit and returned the same night. Wedneeday rught hv B W I A' rjecai 10 I rinidad
Likea Barbadoa P*=1 Nhl for a holiday. He R ^BNiNO lo Trinidad on
MRS. nixabeth M.cFarlane of ":",,b' remaining for three week. *> """i"""' "*' " Bw"
Rochenar Naw York la due '*," "T Hotel Royal. "n"r &*?*' <^'J wa Mr..
to arrive here today b. th. To Join Aunt "jfe rTu~I"' ^..""u? "T"
Colomble. Mr.. MacFarl.ne wa> I SAVING b, B.W 1 A. on ",[ ?,Lt RJJ?
here for six weak, in February aUv/ednesday momlng lor Puerto Sag n i a a
und March and liked Barbados bo Rico on her way to the U S waa u" * "> *J.3,A.
much thai ahe has decided to aBM Onheli;, Willliims of St \/lKs. EDITH STANTON of
return after a brief Irlp to Simon'.. "I'Sherbournc." Two Mile. Hill
Jamaica Aa before Mr. Mac- She has now gone to Join her and widow of Rev. Stanton, left
Farlane wUI be alaylng al the unt Mr.. Idalla Harewood In for Puerto Rico on Wedneeday
New Yor*. morning intnin.lt for the U.S.A.
St. Lawrence Hotel.
no
)fa
F Sharp Op. IB by
Frenrh Orgnnl'
MR. UUY JONSON. Prolesaor of Mtuuc at Ihe Roval lade
Academy, nave a Pianoforte Recital at the British Council, bJ''H
Whitepark. on Wednesday evcninB. He arrived in the '""?"" " "* raurT com-
Uland.the 3rd Aorii to conduct the cxaminauons "f !hc ^ :7=r:, b'h '"
Associuted Board of the Royal Schools of Music
Mr. Joruon was educated at
Mijfhftaie School. Lundon and at
10 Won the Ada I.'k St-holar*
ship to the Royal Academy of
Music. He also won eleven prizes
for piano playing and these in-
cluded the MacFarren Gold
Medal. He made several appear-
ance* at the Wueen'a Hall as
conductor and *olo pianist with
the H.A.M- Orchestra under Sir
Henry Wood and meanwhile his
studies with Tobias, Matthay
were cxmtlnued. He was later
appointed to the SUIT of the
Tobias Matthay Pianoforte School
and elected an Associate uf the
Br Arad*mj of Munc *n
He also directed music for bal-
let and has collaborated with
aWwin Benbow si duo pianists
for this medium. He is much oc-
cupied a* adjudicator at the com-
petitive musical festivals in Lon-
don and the provinces.
Wednesday's programme did
not Include any British Compos-
ers but was a full one. The se-
lections whioh were difficult onei
were rendered as only pupils o<
Matthay could render them snd ---
jome of the pieces, though un- In the Fugue The
familiar, stirred great apprecU- nmooth an.1 supple
lion in the audience at llrst hear-
ing. The programme was east- Jntcrmcuo tn B F.ai Al
with
MR. OrV JOKHON
rtch tone uradoni
plnvi
The
Impromptu and Ballade th-sigh
written (juite .1 number of
ago were only performed In Lon-
don within the last ten years.
Mr Jonson has the distinction
of being the llrst pianist to
tie; these pieces to an audience
in Barbados. At first one would
atsneiate the music with Chopin
The style, logical and balanced,
showi the bent of Fnure's mind
romanticlike Chopin. In tha
liTipromptu melody of the
left hand predominated and the
-ippleness in the right produced
a *mooth accompaniment. The
Ballade which was varied was
f wifllsjll for orchestra and
piano, Altogether the nBisic flow-
ed easily.
Hichlfrht
The second part of the pro-
gramme started with Ctude is. D
rifit .\fajvr by Lists. His bold
tiarinoiiles pivdomtnated and th
elfecb. were rich throughout. The
iccltal ended with ^otuun In D
Minor Op. 58 by Chopin.. This
a .it. 111 four paru>Allegro Mi
loso, Scneno Ikaolto Vivace, Lar-
go, and Finale Presto non Tanto.
inaUug |, l9 MM uut theie IS enough ifl
" vn* tho first utovemet to write three
Myinphooics. There was constant
lunge in moodsnrst a quick
L/Y AND VAUHVIUI STAR Judy GulsSsd L
.iiiir.nii, g, on arrival at Psasdena. Oust. Following s I-i
rr. ashing engagement at New York's false* Theatre, Jssly It Istoasag
Orward to singing engsgen 1 rs it th* daughter of Judy by her mar lag* to movi* dUwetar vaasssst
*.nnelll. from whom she is divorced. 1 InteMiarls-sal SaandpasM)
Shadows Help the Squirrel
-A Thorn in Hit Foot Mid- Him Miserable
By MAX .kill
AS soon as Knarf saw th* squir-
rel hs kn*w that something wa<
wrong. For instead f running down
ihr garden path and leaping op the
un- wall snd then springing on
lo the overhanging branch of the
tree, th* squirrel dashed forward
for two or this* fs*t. than stumbled,
then spurted forward again, trying
to reach the ston* wall.
But now Knarf noticed that on*
of lb* squirrel's front Ugs doubled
urder him.
"Hs's hurt!" Knarf said to him-
self.
And th* nM.I moment th* snuirr*!
tumbled on his side, rolled like a.
lop-sl4sd bsll, and came lo rest
with a bump at th* foot of th* wall.
Knarf ran ovsc lo blm.
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-skins Noises
ol was making hurt,'
Th* geftsirrol atassblsd along *n
hkt sore f*ot.
Sqi
Th* sqai
nuesking noises ss Knarf asked:
"Whafs Ike matter with your lag?"
"It's not my ler It's my foot .011,
Oh!"
MI.st me look at it." said Knarf
Ths sRalrrel didn't want to let
Knarf look at his foot. But Knarf
aaid: "If 1 look st It and see what'-
wrong. 1*11 try to mak* it beftti ...
again. You'd b*tter l*t m look at 1 any more
rinally the squirrel sat op on bis u*ln < Hw*
hind lers and held his hurt foot oot *" squirrel took a little step. H*
in front of him for Knarf to look *" *In'M " *** hl foot waa
at It. k '-nit to hurt. But to his aurpris*.
-Th*TVi a thorn In It." naid 1 lt didn't. Then h* took another stop,
Knsrf. 1 "Why. It feels fin* again! I gags.
-Oh!" said tho squirrel. | >'u did really tak* It out. But bow
-Ws^l have to tak* It out." I tfjdd *** a Uttl* thorn make such
'No. not" Th* squirrel tried to *'
"Hunrph." ssid the squirrel; "that
can't b* itI"
"But it is.' said Knarf.
'That little iking I" aaid th* squir-
rel "Oh no indeed* It felt much
lugger than that I'm sure it's still
in my foot."
Knarf chuckled. T17 to walk
now. T011II see that -X doesn't hurt
pull his foot back
"Why not T"
"It will hurt, that's why!"
"But it hurts now. doesn't It?
It may hurt just a little bit more
when I take the thorn out But once "uU your whole foot starts"itching*
Us out, your foot will sooa g*t all \nd when your foot aches, tou csnH
big horting?"
Knarf said: "Thsr* Isn't room la
your foot for anything alsa, not
evan for the tiniest thorn. Ones it
gets In your foot, it make* nary.
thing so crodnl Insid* your foot
yo' foot aches, yon ean*t
un. And when you cant run. yon
'all. And if you fall often enough,
you get yourself hart In other
Uv* squirrel eonsenled to Phtccs. So thst finally you ach* not
lake Ihe Ihorn wjt. Knarf ^nly in ynur foot, but from head to
why you have to tak*
the splinter) -.-it right
better again. If ynu .don't let m<>
take it uut your fool will keep
hurting wore* gnd worse."
Finally th*
let Knarf
did it as gent .
did hurt a little iwvi-nh,'.....
f'n't be helped." ..vd Krarf "T
It's out'"
Knarf showed the squirrel the
thorn that was causing all the
rouble.
1 h* eoold But ii 'eot. That's
"it
tnethoi
i way
Th* squirrel wus very happy. H*
.aped on the stone wall ami .prang
a way. into the branches of the tr**,
chirping: "Thanks, thanks)"
----^- a ga leeeaiiec e* aaex sTHfra -------" ^ .* ' *., fitmrr ta*g?. 1. ^
tuted In a manmr which indi- "7 > tonlrmst with Imcrmezro and. Ilve'y motion then
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and musical tnterprwtaUon Msrteii on a oote >
Next
Bralinui !ini,"i. then truder. It Waa
slower
In
feet In detail and finish. The
tendency """hm.itioo of lingering, grace,
. a, liiterprsSJatioii. and vunfldence
'id lt bon wer* all fewtured in the pro-
'hn tiramme and Mr. Jonson presented
. 'ocond IhUt- .it the command of a musical
... light hearted Ktnius
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KKIDAY, APRIL II, ItSZ
HAKItADON ADMH'ATE
PAGE l IIKI I
Maude Bill Unfair To Christ Church
Two Girls Sail Across Atlantic
Vestries, the majority if not all of Why Three Divi
the new reforms could have been Trie hon'ble senior i
.frecterl Si- ITiomas hart said
No Reason Cor Objactlai Guvcrnmant bad fallen
Mr. Crawford said he cwild not three areas b*"** *
*ee anybody objecting: to that f^.Jl1,1",r;,1
.,,, (l(r mfim, aii .11 thr% were Healm Centres. He rn
:,..,:. ..,. ,fihc,did jh,y*;
VfB W A CRAWFOKD Talma (L), both residents of the prisb. of X"^^bSl.*,?TSK Xr,^Hfc,*MJS
Christ Church, although favouring the institution of uid un been ine > -nrn ,, ,he people to i-um th.
a new system of local government, said in the House SLSSSS. *""" '" "" i^SSV^Sl
of Assembly during the discussion on the Local Oov There ras n tan hii .idminutraiion.
ernment Bill, that they would fight "tooth and nail" 32 7*&S&?*taZ. oi^SE Iwd ^*f lit!
against the lower part of Christ Church being in- v".'>. i."d *. "*< <* <** Government syiem ..n un
Lower Christ Church
Must Not Go With
St Michael myvmw/oni&Taima
member for SI. John lew mem- mil ssUrnasaa U> the Government,
bar* of the House who did not Mr Mapp Mid that this waa a
view with pleasure the passing precaution eaercise*! b> all
. __ __ qualification of the membership to
eluded in the Mayor and Corporation proposed un ,.v.-minn.i. wh> the.
der the Bill.
Their objection was based on the ground lhat the low-
er part of Christ Church, with its high rateable properties,
was the main source <>f revenue in that parish, the other
part of which would be included in the Southern District
under the new set up. and to attach the richer part of the
parish to Bridgetown would strengthen the Mayor and
Corporation, at the expense of the other District.
They argued that Bridgetown at lightly j* possible on the land-
wlth its trade and commerce, al- eri and mcrcanlil>-
eady is a big revenue earning
centre, whereas, the parishes or
sections of parishes which would
go to moke up the Southern Dis-
trict were considerably poorer.
They therefore felt that the sec-
tion of Christ Church which ad-
St. Michael should bo al-
ioiis parishes.
Social Services Neglected
The remit h.t
..nd Lam the social services to
which the parochial bodies should
altcod hw baas. Icfi largely un*
.itiended. .ind there had been .
lowed to remain in the Southern *Pn*d *"''*" among the poorer
District, rather than be included <'*"
in the Mayor and Corporation w5 U*tUM easy lo under
The Local Government Bill *land lne remar!" ' 'ne in,ro
which seeks to institute a new ur of the Bill when he said
system of Local Government based **' ,htf *hl* island had been
on the recommendations of Sir 'waiting its introduction, and
John Maude in his report on Lo- '' '< aem-ially speakinfc. ther
cal Government, leading up lo the ll"'< :n Wlde spread intei
ulUmate abolition of the Vestry '" '< *ul.' take piace
System, was debated In the House hUttei.
ARTIE'S HEADLINE
Now Haassfa Ny# . I"
if public health centra*. 7'
vas fundunentally more logic,
o assume that public health cen-
tres would follow the division 91
the island into .ireas for loeni
government .i.imimstratlon
There must be. and he felt
l here wj some other funilamrn-
i.l reusoM ..hich compelled tha
govsjrnawM ha the decision t
divide ihe island for the purpose
of local ko\ernment .iilmmistr..
tion inlo three areas rathi
of the Vcstr, -
Aa a piece of machinery the
Vestry system had long paaaed
the stage where II could adr
eeeele II II ...uld not ..I.mi.I. I. mecl
ihe nerd- of *> modern suel
elt as it was Insllluted t> meet
11th .i-d Isih reatiiry thUUwi
and ceodlUaM
Mi Mapp then referred to the
ember's for St. John
pewh nothing else than a
. agM of 'he Vestry system.
Bf aOJsj Mt Vaughan
n many occasions on
point ot order to deny that he
id defended the Vestry system,
Ir Mapp said that the Vestry
stem had the vitality of a snalt
lacked lift and any *** 01
ii1.1Hiaanl which was not a liv-
f organism should be allowed ^^^
.: mm ' I gffd
Any local area of levemasettt
had to submit to vim meaure
of rontrol b> the central au-
thority, since the Utter repre-
senled the rountr\ as whole.
Ihe hnntiurablr member eem-
rd U> have leffitten thai the
BUI would give newer lo Ihe
lii-wi min-nl !< make r I- |e
local authorities and It waa vary
t.rewari therefore Ihjt the
Government *hulri luvel
a safeiuard as thai of Approv-
ing "iim'ir- t>- > ii,. paid the
piper usuallt i ailed the lun>
LOND
I -o 1-Mido.i gill lunger*
.
So,ith-
xinplon
..board thi
I

< ,n lutva paant: 4 time to get
I to know i
:heni acroM I
li< to She A2om 1
.nd prob-
Nasj Zealand
Both answered
men) calli
1 l.. rnin the yacht
hi- txpanaos Ii
uiii rapt) Hot
of io assail
So th. nra pin aaaJ Iwa ,,,ru

were chosen B*h will pay tlOO
U) ...rk* aa a
upervi^> the division
1...
T.bet after Sho
vuxing Tibetan
PoLind, behind
C "My passport was impounded."
.1 thanks to hut
help I was not detained."
K regret about making
ruise i lhat her pet
havaj to be left
tor short,
. tall, dark ex-mannequin who
liopes to do some writing whla*
In conclusion \1<
that the new system srould not
d like .. rain aiansl
in itseU WM peir,-
cessful w-i-king would
eventuaII> .'ii the pai
ojuld bg pot in opal It
the |ntrodu>
... t.uld not introduce a
ere 1 rn terminology for Un
.1- UDD "' the n
lh^ todies.
He personally felt thu
bout it: "that the Vestry was an
-."is.
7 It seemed to him that the
Won was not completely dls
iated from the pollti.Ml aspect
"f trie question, because no gor-
1 mmenl could epect lo convince
piteUigent people of Barbado>
that merely because In the Pub-
lic Health Bill it was proposed fa
have three public health centre*. 1
' 1.it for that reason, n more im-
i-irtant issue like Local Govarn-
inerit administration, must rest
>>n the decision on public healtr
icntre* That, Mr Crawford said.
:,m Could lhe> b. *lu*?1 Ml would lew l ,Mh,,
_ i*lu.tod Ihe jd*. of (n*J Ihennelve. will, THnhtad < Ihe
iii.tr., n.'l~d 01 eurUiii '" MBIor ,.....nBr Uw rh.- in. had
, iha, 'ht Ihe system of poor rrttef ,,,. Tlll. ,,.....ul .,.,
,d Ihow anlioiuiWd mitUutlom ,.hhIV
imgwy. did. sur.br w S^, , g gg,
ulightened person in tnis ina nQ fa^** iu.t 1
lAcntleth century, should realise ^-picu,,,
ystem needed far- rnBllP j
ichlng reform such as was pro-
sed in that BUI They were
oposing not to put new wine m
ne old bottles, such as was pru-
ned by those who merely
..anted to see the present Vestry
franchise extended, but to put
..*w wine in new bottles.
Important Change
Mi Mapp said that one of the.
-nportani change* which the Bui
...uld hung about was that Ui
he svateni of local taxation
jld ba unitoi-mity in
.img and unlformitv in vnlun-
list Tuesday night for some six He said that while commit,mg "bout it; that the Vestry was an sprnt i,^ | erpct three, but Id lirm ,\\ present, not only did the
hours or longer, and referred to a themselves to reform the system, assembly of parishioners for ihe otnpare the cost of three public mirdci. of taxation fall more
Select Committee of the House d did not follow that there should purpo-e of conducting the affairs health centres with the effective- heavlll -n those least aM* t"
after having been given its second l-e such widespread mis-interpre- Pf the parish. The new council ,inti .nd efftcieney of having an ,wT ,, m one particuUr ares.
re^diiiR tatlon In the attitude adopted by would in effect be the .same thing, adequate number of areas for la- but trie poorest parish very often
Among other Ihiniiv Ihe Bill the hon'ble hinior member for St Slno* the term Vestrj- gave tho ,^,| gmernment administration had the heaviest rates to bear
provide for ihi division of the John. und the hon'ble junior men dea of something ihree hundre.1 ,1)U|d not be reconciled There was 11 perpetual outcry I
Island into three areas for the pur- l*r for St. Andrew, whose contcn- 5""J"* ,hpr,* ^*! .V rC"?) Hf ""'""d severely the JUg- the pansh of St
pose of local government admin- tion had been that while the wn>' ^ (OU d "ol./oUuw ""S- geatlon made by r
em ideas, and ctosilfy the insti- uuUng to the peooli
. Crawford observed that al)
government one ^M to gain from the emc-
ion of three public healUi oga-
re- instead of six was that Usas
pent less to erect three, but tc>
istration. having a Mayor and Cor- Vetr> Bystaro needed conBidet_,.
poration and a Northern and Hmendmcnt and impro\iMental
Southern UistrnV Provision is ihat was by no means the ^>i.-
also made for the lowering of the demnntion of the system
other words, the present system.
James against
J of Barbados usually higher than those in 0H1-
meet lh
>nl '
doulrt thai the oininumtv
wajcoinad ana chsmaM snd would
success of it
Abolition I Amu Uxerdue
Mr L. E. Smith ill %aut th .t
the question before
whether or not !bi
abolish the Vesltv
ing for himself it ihould I
ilmli\hed years ago.
One huNMinahli' memeei had
however felt that tha
should ix- bnprovad Instead <(
leing al>olishe.l. but he would Uk*
to assure that snemboi Ibal Ilk
hard and fast rules and laws made
>;. conservative! and 0
In HM Vestries, should '
discarded ever -In.c
I'olnlUte nut oonie at thr
AMjHnalles extsUng In Ihe BM
sen! Veslrle- Arl. Mr Hmlth
-aid thai a man whn si> Ihe
On Tage 4.
\Vliifr
lMkfli in
JUKI om*
.. weela
franchise to enable the masses to
play a greater part in conducting
the affairs of local government.
During the debate on the Bill
last Tuesday night
M important change!
could be made to produce bette
results.
Mr. Crawford said lhat
traditionally the Vestries of Bar-
bados had such 1 reputation for
reaction that any attempt to re-
form the system must meet with
disapproval of certain vt the per-
sonnel of those institutions.
He conceded that within recent
years, there had been additions
00 the Vestries of St. Michael and
Christ Church of a f-
mindi'd persons who had attarnpt-
Cd in tome " 10 perform trie
duUsa of the Vestry in a more
y nwitnor. But, gener- toWraeefiu.
ally speaking, in the other parish- cum.ble! Th"
As the member fr St. John
had put it. If lhe> were able
lo do with the Vcalry System
what lhe> had done with thr
< nir .( Government, that waa to
"ay. fundamentally alter the
constitutional framework on
hirh the ytem rested, they
tion and Mayor and Councils. a greater pan in the adnunl*
Having said, he would say tion of local government were
that Usere waa no letting away trreimortsihli- and ineompetent
from It that the BUI to Intre- ,,nd attacked the proposal in thr
duce a new system of local Bill which provided that th
evernment waa long overdue, various council- would have to
and the tnaaiks af the com- submit their Estimates of Bx-
munity were due to Mr. John ix-ndituie in ts-.e Governor-ln-
Rankhie who In 1941, aa the Executive Committee before tnf
ureass at times when compared
. th^e on land It was no* M-
rssar> to repeat what his col-
league had said about the farci-
I nature of valuation and nud
1 ttiev should welcome
lilutlnn of novernmen'
'Can you lend tne
g Paradol Met?"
dil
Acting Governor of Barbados
ui.-1 ->< il that a Conuntttee be
set up to inquire Into the ques-
tion of Local Goverrunenl Kr
form.
It might be true to claim that
the majority of the proposals in
Of ti 1

, the
Government.
So for as he had interpreted th
remarks cf the Hon'ble junio
member lor St John, the mis
vas almost incx
..the maibm uf Ihe VeMr,., SdSTcWX.fff^' f"?
hd. down Ihrou*. the >,,,. bee,, ggL'SL '."".'J,' ","* ""
* .....I "" -am from me landed .,IL S.i".'!u^ *
- U 1 ino fron ina
unity, and therefore
mlghl prrhapa have the same the Hill had been fruncd froi
result. a with ihe lutreducUet. tfafl Report of Sir J0I111 Maude. It
the new system of Local was also true to claim that Sir
John Maude had at the some timo
K'posed other recommendations',
r instance, as regards the divis-
ion of the island into three area'.
for local government purposes I*
was correct lo say that it was tha
proposal of Sir John Maude, bui
It was also correct lo say that Sii
John Maude suggested six Rree
'in the matter ml the divi-
sions. Mr. Crawford said h-
would do rverythlni In his
power to see that that part
1 Church, with Its I*..' .
high rateable propcrtW
not Joined to the Mayor
Corporation, because Ii
was weakening the Income
earnkni rapacity of Ihe South-
em IHstrlet. and contributing
to that part of the Island when
all thr trade and M
were carried on.
Mr. 1: O. Man
I that ti
,.. mm 11 nei there waa n
i.jgn in numliers. The hoin-ui
blc senior member for St PhlUp
cenied not to have read the ree
tnnl point, Kince It had
iinimended three.
and
was
and
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Christ Church, with Its hsrtola John lu.d not ie*ommetide
Uie honourable member said
I thai those areas should
>e named diffrrenlU IM he
hiaight thai om should ba ofdltd
I j \.li Area" They should
lonour the nama ol men wno ha-i
d Hie trail '"i 'hem to fol-
tee iw and they could d., n<> ixt'ei
! pij thi nama ( ona nbti
M .hat had l-en a iSi^c-i In UW DOfM)
ibers of I.11 movein.i.i I> <' l> Neale
1 *Gratdos'i .......wve
1 bava to Mb. m
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Sslat for. FOl l'-i-d..| r ,
**1 h m laitiing .
Pi paii 1 (>M,
-nd..111 dktTeealnV aft
v I ^ nj r
srirat ificail' ..,
aa ditati n 1 1..... 1)1 (t,
from U,e landed ^m I^lSZrfSiiUrvi'ZSL U,.,e were ver," iew member* of ..... mm'mm'!^!.
ihe mercantile drclded To lower KeoualLn Ime mu,t therefore wonder al the tha commuruty who did not wet TT.-I.,,,, ,: u. the e,,... -ml. PARADOL
..,,,,. in,, iherefore their lor .h(. membtrihlr. Sf ih. Oi "*" ivon by lh. Introducer of '"' Ihe Bill, and welcome it il. .enrol member Ior SI. P"l _^_ ,. ,,
main object had bean U, ln.ure .rlej and to7oweJ ihe TlJ, S '"- Bill for Govemm.mt decldlnc with open rm. ,nd will, lh. f ihe se.-li.ai * '* aa_Qul .,,., fro,
Ihol the burden of l.xa.loi, ,e,led ',.'SSi cleellon" I h" ,h" "'vision U Ihev had pouible e.cenlion of ihe [AM ..ulhnril,e> .mild hay. 1" .un- I |1||||||M ,
I* erfeel MONTGOMERY CLIFT
i\ rlistic and
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ill stounding and
M omentous SHELLY WINTERS
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TAYLOR
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PACK K)l B
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 1M2
I
THE PEOPLE
OF BARBADOS
"While Servitude"
II John I'riflruu \
SPELLMAN GREETS THE COLLEENS Maude Bill
Little is known of the actual
diwovery of Barbado*. il U sup-
posed u have been visited ~by a
Portuguese mariner. Pedro a
Campos, In 1536. he gave It the
name of Las Bsrbada*.' No
a MrtkM i. made of this Island In
the )oufnala or charts of any
European navifator earlier than
Hi.- VMr 1600; when Richard
Archdeacon of West-
miinUT mentioned it in hi third
fend last volume of The Principal
Navigation*. Vovage*. Traffic*
and Discoveries of the English
Nation.' published in 1600 in-
<1 .dr.- Bsu taidoa.
In 1675. the 'Olive Blossom.'
belonging to Sir Oliver Leigh,
which h.'d set sail from Kent
with stores and MttlH
Charles Leigh's plantation in
Guiana, arrived at Barbados.
The Captain and >me of the
-led near Holetown and
took possession of the Island in
the name of the King of England.
They aet up a crosa and inscribed
on a tree"James. Kin* of Eng-
;. i .,i..i of this i-iand '
The Earl of Marlborough.
afterward* Lord High Treasurer
hearing of the beauty
r the Island
so earnestly, upon his profit at
to forget his accustomed lawful
pleasure*, but would have his
table well furnished wMh all
sorts of good meal the Land
and Sea afforded, and aa freely
bid his frtenda welcome to It
And I. as the poorest of hi.
friends In a lingering sicknc-ui
and near Heath, found such a
charily with him at I shall
n.vrr forget to pay my thank*
for lo the last hour- of my life.'
Of th- meals served at Hot-
born,'"you must expect to
have It excellent; hi* fan*} ssjsj
contrivance of a Front being as
pond any man's here as
the place where he dwells is
better situate for such a pur-
pose. And his land touching
H SJM babkl aW
half a quarter of a mile from
ii. aBr1 nut intet puM-d bv .hi. .i
ktvoj "ground, all rarities that
are brought to the bland from
m\y part of the world, are
taken up brought lo him and
Mtowed m his reliant in two
hours time, and iniit in the
night."
it wan mund by experience
and fer- that the constitutions of the in-
om these dentured European servants were
. obtained a patent for unequal to the laborious occupa-
the Island to him and his heirs tions of agriculture in a tr< pica I
for ever from James I. Sir Wll- climate, in which they DM
Ham Courtcen. having obtained continually exposed to On
the sanction of the Earl of MjtI- mg rays of a vertical sjn. It
borough, iltted out an expedi- was, therefore, necessary to
JM iirst <,t these was aban- follow the Spaniards, who to pre-
doned due to the capture of a serve the few remaining Indian*
Spanish pnre. The second was of this area (the Indians rather
successful and the William and died than work as slaves for their
John, commanded by Captain white owners), to import Afn-
Henry Powell, arrived ut Barba- can negroes to the Colonies for
dos on either the 13th or the 20th agricultural labour. A leading
of February 1627 (new style), dignitary of the Homan Catholic
They landed not far from the Church had something to tay of
"not where the men from the ihis matter, so it is well to repro-
Olive Blossom had landed. They duce it here as il Is only by read-
named their settlement "James- |ng town" in honour of the reigning get a- glimpse of the minds of the
King. Now Holetown. people who played a large part
Captain Powell finding no in the making of history. In the
economic o r food-producing sixteenth century. Bartholomew
plant* on the Island, set sail for de las Casas. Bishop of Chiapn.
the F-ssequibo (then Dutch was a native of Seville, Spain,
Cman.i and now British) where and held a curacy In Cuba; where
hi- "l.t.iined tobacco, cotton, com, be wai distinguished by his hu-
yams, cassava, and other useful manity and *cal for the aflBmr
plants from an old co-nrade sjon of the Indians. He exerted
Groeneweajrl. He also brought .. himself with unremitting aasid-
fannlv of Arawaks to teach the uity in behalf of the injured and
Colonist how to plant and obtain oppressed people. At last the
the best crops from these plants. Emperor Charles V. moved by his
With these Powell returned to rontinual remonstrances, made
Barbados. The earliest labourers, some laws in favour of the Indl-
Mtfa the exception of these few nno; and, lo relieve them firm a
Arawak* were Indentured white part of the burden under which
they groaned, granted a patent u
ir- certain persons to supply the
'.ANClS CARDINAL SrIUMAN welcomes St Nicholas Cadets it St Pat-
rick's Cathedral, New York. The colleens, who hall from Egg Harbor,
N J, were in town for th* St Patrick* Day parade. fiateraetionsl)
Em igra tion --/
Hy ECONOMIST
The setting up of a Committee Ontario with its tobacco and truck
Legislature to study crop Industries, there is usually a
emigration question* and the re- shortage of labour in the late sum-
eani reports from Canada of a rner and early autumn at harvest
movement to bring the West In- time,
dies under some form of closer -here
a} I rasa pace 1
owner of a build in i and land
wMh th.- former warth
Chan the latter would be taxed
n inr greater If UuU was the
m< i ii It came i the aaai
with a factory oa land, he want-
ed io know ok; the fact**)
being the greater In value wan
Ml tax- d
D a*i were not many of them
w+.a nwtied fjctorte* or would
*** "*n them, but the majui -
*, "tu i were the owners of
housr-e and >et the> were taxed
He .nd ->ot think that was fair and
justihab.
He saul that no human being
living in hi- own house had any
right paying taxes. If a man had
other houses rented out he should
be inadi to pay on them
Another instance he drew to the
attention of honourable membei
was the case of a man who had
vsjr> good piece of land with first
ctaas yield*, low maintenance cost
compared with the man at the foot
of the hill with poor >ield> BBd
Ugh maintenance cost whi. wai
colled upon to pay the same taxes
He aid not think that was fair and
just i liable
When it came to the Church he
said that they had to maintain it
in addition to providing a hoase
fi the Incumbent. Very oft
many of them did not attend the
Church as they worshipped else-*
wiere. ytt they had to contribute
taxV lor the upkeep of both.
He said that it *as true that the
personnel of the Vestry made
worse than the system itself and
It was quite time that they
changed the system. Thl* was
day of progress and he welcomed
the new bill which had come be-
fore the House.
Majority Favour Bill
Ml i E. Talma (L) *aid that
he had risen to subscribe to the
views expressed by the majority
of honourable members who had
sunken and he was convinced that
apart from one of them they wege
directlv in favour of the passing
of the Bill ...
One could not expect a Soclali*!
Government to think otherwise
than to agree to a Bill of that sort
hich was merely a
Ouu*'put afew d
f Vfc*S -
t,h nrtril Irriia
awtned. your no-c-
up" and \ou br
freely again! Va-tro-not
often nek* fJUBMl **a
.old. and
VICKS
DUNLOP
UNIVERSAL
MOTOR CYCLE TYRLS
VA-TR0-N0L
NOH MOPS
ASTHMA MUCUS
Loosened Firsl Day
lr .-l..k.
rln futtt
...
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MBNOACO Ii..-
ollary to

ion inspire the hope that, in due Ing each other to get In their crops
course, practical proposals will against early frost* and m the
emerge leading to the solution of a marketing thereof. Their method-
population problem which is in- would repay local study. With the
Unguentine
Relieves pain of
y
- BUILT FOR
THE JOB -
GIVE YOU MORE
MILES FOR YOUR
MONEY
Ligon. in his Iust..i > OfBW- certain person* to supply the
^-rtJ"i ? .'" H? A^i" .' l,Und* of Hispanioli. Cub,. IMer-
three m of men 3? m! l-Rir0' -nd Ja"'flka wi,h .*
thiee soru of men. viz.. Mas- nceroe* anniwllv Th.. ^i,ua n,.-
ter*, Servants nnd Slav
*t twI nc*T* annually The active par;
lin mi 1,1,,,, lv I.. OU-t,r.n h^. ._^.__^.J
"wiiT TEiSuS&rSIL '"~";^ii.u!saf ">;'"-
md kept and preserved
with greater care than their
servants, who are theirs but
for five years according to th'
son) record*-.-while he
tended for the liberty of the
pft pl4 lirn In one quarter of the
gl(il>e. he laboured to enslave the
inhabitants of another region;
laws of the Inland. Truly, I "h,4b","1,L.li"7^er reifloni an*
have seen such cruelty done to '" ,hJ' *?fmlh *f hb *"' to "ve
Sereanta. as I did not think one 'h* Amer"f,,n5 /rom ,lhp. ***i
ChrtaHan could have done
another. t'|n the arrival of
any hip that brings servants
o Die Island, the Planters g<
pronounced II to be lawful
expedient to impose one. still
heavier, upon the African*.'
Bryant Edwards records "But
quite recently.
There was no gainsaying the
fart that the old Vestry OCtem
should be amended and brought
g both in size and urgency new outlook towards the West UD ta date Thev were anxious to
almost daily in this island. That Indies adumbrated In Important g^t the Bill through and he felt
i>ur erunomic house, so to speak. Canarian circles, the labour that the speeches made by hon-
has been held together for so long prsltion In those areas might be ourablc members should be as
Is due almost entirely to the sugar fully explored at the present time short as possible.
industrya high revenue pro- There has been in the past, and
ducing enterprise which employs still Ir., a fairly considerable move-
large labour forces both in field ment of transient labour in Canada
end factory That revenue is all from one area to another, notably
encompassing in its spread and 'rom Bast to West, during the
there is hardly any member of the great grain harvest; so, the prob-
eommunity who, in some way ,p' ' handling seasonal labour is
(great or small), does not ei.joy not new to the country. In the
the benefit* thereof. Thl* is an zone* mentioned above, the
Indisputable fact since the Indus- climate is perhaps the mildest in
try contributes the lion's share ot Canada and the people delightful
the taxes, opart from the direct '<* know nnd to work withwe
it.alntenance of tliv. many homes write from personal experience.
which depend on tta weekly pay There may be difficulties of hous-
roll. This, of course, is nothing >ng and so en. lu. these shmild not ""'"TT Z,
new. But. It Is not to suppose, be Insuperablethey have not concerned n.
if we continue to tap1 It on the Pi'-ved so in the neighbouring Da
presen. xcale. that the lnduatry United States.
cannot In crisis times bleed to
economic death with no vital II Is when we ccme to consider
transfusion available so far us can questions pertaining to permanent
The Industry's emigration that we lace mm \ ry
He said that there were some
rotten systems existing injw
Volrles that should have been
abolished. Foe instance he
thought thai the Rector of the
parish who was ex o?b-io Chair-
man of the Vestry should not be
, llowed to dabble in politic*,
not even in parochial polities
and thev as a Labour Govern-
ment roold not let such a stale
of affairs continue.
As far a* the qualification ol
Bitrymen f ownership of land or
property of a substantial amount,
but with the new bill it meant that
the average man or woman would
have the right to take part In the
affairs which affected them frc
o' day to day.
..,ni h.vnig bought such of ,hp conduct of La* Caaaa, |* not
k-. .. ut..-----. .<-----fairly stated
With this new bill, there i
different type of
with o ,ucdc In hi, rinnliitlon, "^"""elation; for u
Jid D*n| come. c,nm,d g"r"EJ C'"V, "' "
lhm inanlly to make llirli ","'",'. ".""I" c"
the foTcrotnc
. n."0'.^ '"^-..V!' "' bo read, ,nd wilhni lo M. U.,1
miUntly to make theli
:abln*. which are made of
tick withs and plantinc leaves,
The liexl re rung
out with a Bell to work at six
i>'cUx-k in the morning, with a
severe Overseer to command
situati
ri"ti 11..\,..
negroes ir
were born
people was
'ondluon and
life; whereas it Is
that moat of the
ported from Africa
f i Dglav< d ii units;
. nd
bred up as slaves themselves
have been habituated to
them, till the bell rings again. X1i,vprylt (r"m their infancy Ci
strtntfth and efficiency should be real dlflanilUai nd nothing
the paramount concern of nil. peirs in have been done to sol'
Wide owake observer* have the:
come to the conclusion that
crisis as between population *uppo*e for a moment that 0pDM -
density on the one hand and the tunitlcs cffere.t to-morrow fer ;'v1''|(lv
means of survival on the other is emigration on some icale. what qiu
not too far distant; and -o, any categories of people would we ajn|air to Christ Church
steps taken seriously to examine select to send? There is probab.y ,. regard to Christ Church he
the obvious need for emigration a certain amount of index card that it seemed as if all Ihe
and the problems associated infernntion M I"*"!*!** willing to wnce waa ^^^ laken out of
therewith should
lure to say.
,,_ be ready and
services were given
I possible.
| ,nd. c ven- " but what iitKu. their .bllit, SrSirth ., l.r * revenue
,11 receive the to m.he ,ood? Thl, .pplle, with ^J^mj. Christ Church
________1___a__ivm-llflilflr tiin-n In tiliil,>i,i'n'i: ""* ... .
*'hlrh I* at eleven O*eboek, after
... ...-.. HW, wnm ,,^,1.olhc, .hTnd; ,hp mluibitarrt*
dinner at one o'clock they are "' * '""" have been so
runt out again to the field us,,d }, . cnloyment of liberty
there to work till *ix When *" '" '',c "f ply and pastime,
th negroes are brought to us. """ !np.V ct ""'Vilude Is in-
the Planter* buv them out of 'J'I'ponaole to them. Iji* Casas
the ship, where they find them ,hrrrt"' contt-nded leaaonlbb
naked Thev chooae them as enou*h, that men. Inured to ner-
Ihey (io horses In a market, the vl,ude and drudgery, who could
strongest and moat beautiful "Pcnenre ? alteration of clr-
and youthful, vteld the greatest cmstances from a change of
price. Thirty pound* derling rnVt,pr' .anrt .wh Ml not the
U a price for the best man wntlment* which freedom alone
negro, and twenty five for .1 lnSO,r- **re not so great ob-
woman; the children are at '****" * ecmmlsseration -i* those
easier rates. As for the Indians, wno having always enjoyed the
we have but a few. and those ***'* "f unbounded Ubtrtjr,
fetched from other Countries. werc ">"denly deprived of n nnd
some from the neighbouring u.r|',d * ***** ' l"bour. which
Islands, some from the Main. Ihr strength wns unable to
which we make slaves, the Perform"
women are used in making the av tK- ,-,_ ,. ,
ify the year 1636 the popula-
tion or Barbados had increased
to 6.000not Including servants
of these seven hundred and
twenty-*lx peraons possessed ten
or more acres of land. These
land owner were required to
produce one able bodied man for
militarv work for every ten'acres
owned, so that Barbados could
protect itself from the French
nd Spanifh who were enemii
^hole-hearted approval and co- particular force to uaoiescenta bi"retWentui pariah espedally
operation of all thinking minds, whose numbers is rapidly reaching J whlch -,,Joinca
It Is Important that the Committee r^turation point. If we allow for s Michael
In question take a broad and joo much trial and error, ond Wn ^ lhougnt of ihf
oomprehensive v,ew-of it. d.ties here Is ^ * ' <^. WvenS <3S the lower part o.
and the terms of reference should ihl* In i'.-elf w^Ul be a dia- gJJ church yielded to the
be framed accordingly. Ill this ccuragement to other* whe.might v ^mch wouW |n
connection, the Committee would Mo and be successful. At the ^ u* DLrtrict Council,
be well advised not to depend .uoment. hopes centre on British h ^w not but obJecl to thal
entirely on the knowledge and (.uiana and British Honduras, ter- S whj, it, higher rateable
contributions of Individual mem- nlories not too far distant for e being attached to the
bcrs. but to spread Its net as wide unaulted and timid persons to pick ^ and CorporaUOn seeing that
as possible during deliberation* in themselves up and return home. Hr,d(Mown waa the commercial
ftlii- lalrnlu rmlsvanla ..rn nl la. "^ f IV. II rial
He said that he wculd fight tooth
nd nail to see that this particular
the'search for factual information 0r likely emigrants are not quite
which will be helpful in securing the same category a* IbOM who
positive action towards the goal hive g>-ne f^rth from England,
in view. The limitations of com- Scotland and Ireland to settle In
mittee* are well understood: it Is various and djstant parts of the
the case, however, lhat In these New World. Mont of these know
days they provide the most pretty well u they do not moke
niltablg ebauingjll through which a***' 'here is little chance of
1 art cf Christ Church was no'
i-xcluded from the Southern
District
He commended Sir John Maude
id1 those who assbted in bring-
Caisavie and bread in which
they are l-etter versed than the
Negroes, the men we use for
footmen and killing of fish,
which they are good at; with
their own bow* and arrows
II go out and In a day's
lime kill as much fish as will
serve a family of a dozen per-
ron* for two or three davs
They are very active men and
admuilatrilivcindecou. -m,: pi *> .etarning and taking up life .gain mK forward lhe Bill which wa.
Km* cf Ihe *o:pe in question must *' - j..- -r._ Au v...t.-,
pass. Nevertheless, it behoves this
important body in particular, when
I nally inaugurated, to bear in
mind an old and trite sayliv to
the effect that if Moses had oee
apt to learn anything sooner "t than the Negroei, and aTdlT- 2LH*,??** '^ vf0r ""**. of lh*
ferent from^uym in \ Ji? 9*221 JL"-J*
Imeat a. in ,h-P* ,hi'
An interesting sidelight Is
thrown by Ugon on the inhabi-
tant* of eariv Barbados bv hi<
description of Colonel Hum-
r'.rev Walrond'* hospitality at
hi* residence -Font a belle House".
now "Hoilxwn". He stales
"Colonel Humphrey Walmc..!
has the advantage of all the
Planters in the Island for hav-
ing a Plantation near the Sea,
he hath of hi* own a Sain to
catch fish withall which
>mn servants and
hat slavm was eoun-
lananeed, and a law paaaed
of negroes
and Indian* for life. Thus the
imiHirtalion of negro slave* 'be-
gan.
hey left on in tne 1(- overdue The old Veatrj
^ssxi^STiiasjnasss. r^,,.r 'mny ***
IKI without come experience, ben' __ r Mli.rr _(j ,_.,, J-
., p..,... their back, ,, tt to, JSit^S^Ll^^KB
ihennelve, and lamilie. And. ol nu.h h.d Keen awte,t lJt a loni
a committee the Israelite, would rour^. a number U of the artisan iim<. and thought it was lamenla-
still be m Esjpt. CUM who do not usuallv present sj. u,,, ,h,, .hould have to senc
. ... ., """' ' iroLlem-the, Bod ,. Select Committee.
we submit, with due deference their way into cstaotiihtd mdu.>-
to those who may think otherwise, trial cencerns in cities and town*
th .t thi* Committee in its eorl> and soon accommodate themselvi..
stage* might address itself with to conditions not too unUke those
advantage to the matter of im- they left behind.
I'airfiold Ma> G,4
Ash Arrester
F. r.en future instal an ash arrester
or-thricv; iVpTtrta;
\~ .1 anl Erea' "*"*- ''"?-n-aof the St Lucj Pariah
mS hoari mon Mr E I- Ward told the St
r|hJ^ aT, verv \mTt* and ,"c>'* Vm** ylterdov that the
excellently well tasted. For Directors of the fad WJ had re-
h..w. i L a, ^""T."1 thal rcnI discusaiona on th? matter anc.
fiiirVi^-*d Vlh, ,n'"'h ',,,|l,*- I" i"stal an ash arreste:
K*!^!!' iL ,"V- ndPlfty in similar to the on. that wa* in use
England could not set hi. mind at Haymans Factory. St Peter
n.ediate or seasonal employ:
i hich, although not emigration in
bag true sense, can provide a step-
ping stone lo it. Moreover, the
experience gained may prove use-
ful. The effort* in this dJBMttOn
so far. though* seemingly costly,
are not nltogtther out of propor* post
tion to the value of the project on
local economy and, a* more and
more experience la gained, it Is
hkely that the rate of such ex-
can be substantial^
reduced Iteference was made at
the outlet lo closer, relationshij
with Canida. We are unawart
what enquiries, if any. have been
made in the past to secure avenue}
< f seasonal employment there. It
is, perhaps, not generally known
that In some parts of Canada, e.g
M :. pcn-n-ula with its vast
fruit industry I both orchard and
*mall fruits) and in Southern
Here in the West Indies, wo have
lo admit It. land settlement on any
icale hoc been a failure. True
enough, economic condn.
ciop prices ond so on have net
been specially favourable in the
ind we have often ruihcd Into
ithout adequate study and
Member* had a great deal to say
..basil the Vestries and the reason;
why they should be abolished, but
the casual observer would agree
that the system Ju*t functioned
pauperism
thought that it was mu-l to lOOk
into the various almshouaes to
lind men toil-worn after wcrkisig
all their live* having to depend on
charity.
One point in the Bill lhat was
very satisfying and on which he
ted to congratulate Sir John
ii I Indeed, it has been Maatde was with reference to the
led out on a more or less hit-
and-miss basis as circumstances
.migration to-Jap with Land
i ttlemrnl the gcul are such that,
vith.ut fundamental preparation
iM'forrhand of both people and
. nd. we would be likely soon lo
exhaust the financial resources
question cf Committees and sub-
onunittees who r uld do a great
deal of good for the country.
Ho said that If they examine the
Bill on thi* occasion they mils:
vote against poverty and every-
one would agree that Ihey should
abolish the Vestry system.
Df. H G. Cummin. then
ivallable for the purpose. We replied briefly to some of th
.n.plv c.mnot afford so fare failure points raised by honourable mem-
once embarked on any emigration ber* after which the Bill w,
programme commensurate with given its second reading |i
present need*. referred to n Select Otmmittee.
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FRIDAY APRII. 11, 152
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE F1VK
Lorry Drivers Warned
Against Overloading
"LOOK Before You Leap;" "Do not speed" and "Keep
to your left side." Capt. E. Grant, Superintendent in
charge of Area 3. told an interested crowd at Admiralty
Pasture. St. Philip, on Wednesday night.
Capt. Grant's talk on "Road Safety" was the first of
ItCturai which will be given in conjunct urn
with hi "Road Safety" by the Police Visual
Aid Sectioa Unfortunatan the voltage at Admiralty
Pasture tM t>., high and the Film Show could not take
place
The Polite llano, i -on due ted by In deal I tig With* buses, ha
Capt. C. E. Raiaon, gave pro- warned conductor* against over-
gramme of music which tm-luded loading which might pgi
the calypso "Kitch" and mambos. serious problem. He told <>*>-
To Motorists Capt. Grunt made duetor* to be eourleou .it .1
0IS following points. He warned thPSS
them not t<> speed and said thai He asked passengers not to
they should be extremely careful .illow their limbs to project from
wiini tDvellinu nn wet roads. Be and told them not to
asked them to have consideration Blight from vehicles In motion.
f 1 He s-id that a bad habit with
Two of the DUStl VTSJ CUfeUBg 111 and carry-
oadlnf and inr more than two persons on the
Ha eg fts
i-a.it passenger* not to sit Attaching a wooden bar to a
an the hoods of on cycle for the purpose of ti.ms-
luy of cane loads. On Pe 7
"Wrong" Vumbt'r
Plato
Percy King of Mason Hall St.
I garter. 80. was yesterday final
20m In SS days or 14 days in jail.
Ha was found guilts Is His Wor-
aJtip Mr. C W. Waiwvn of fraud-
ulently uumg bu-ycla numbac
plate earlier in the day. The
number on the plate was M.4MX
He told the magistrate tluit he
had borrowed the plsti
fi land who had not since asked
him for it.
End Rheumatism
While You Sleep
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! y-lppn-.l il.
faulty hldnar 1 ri
<*har omutonw
Kid nay It
IM SaahacM*
M Urns*. "'i*t
, Q.tl.rs, ,,
Ujl x* >.aiwaiasaj
JFAMiL
w covens
_, |t<
aaaac
sii.. took part In iht- programme Ut explain 1
PREPARES
AIRCRAFT

Q|
to
\ Ml IfOM of the- crowd at Six Honda on Urdnrda> nijtht
t'APT. E. B. GRANT, Superlnlendrnt of Poliee.
of the "problem-1 Involved.
JAMAICA
FOR JET
H> DAVID WKST
(From The New Commonwealth) ,
THE Commonwealth Air Conference held In Umdon
1mm September discussed (he hUuU.ll ltTvWn| and
operation of the two British ji-t-p.iwert'd uir-lmiTS the
de Havllland Comet and the Viekers Viscount, which are
going into passenger service this year.
While dm not in January the Government of
expert the Comet or VTscounl to Jam iks authorised the work of
\iit then Bossatriss lot 1 kmi lengthlug the runway at mwi-
lime UM) BSfl Work OH an extension
Shout handling then M order to u> 7,150 ft. started immediately.
hs ready arisen the Urns cams and will bo finished in July, n
Mr. Carl Agostmi. the direetoi nll cost 35.000. 1 lie large stone*
ut Civil Aviation in Trinidad. -< Humous crushing ma.'
told me it would 1- .1 very loo I'he runway ai Montcgo Baj is an> leguucd ulse. and even to tme
time before he could expect to kdMIl) situated. Travclleni ar- gravel for the final topping of ih
Si .1 lonut or Viscount, although riving then Had themselves leas asphalt surface. Mr. Peter Ixipex.:
the runways at Flarco Airport, than nundred yards from the the airport superintendent, told,
1. .,,-,, lOOS OnOUsil I sa Ihej Hjeva DM airport me wl the asphalt used for sur-
aceommodate the Cornel Now, building, SDQ only one mile from fating the runway "me *'""
Onlj .1 few months after the eon- the botohl along the coast road. Tunui.i!. and that the 'ur"'n*
lerence, things are moving rap- Pilots like tin- aupoii it Monte- furl required for lets can he osw
idly in the British West indies, go Bay because then are M inicad in the ''",1 ,-,, ..
in anticipation of the cuming 01 hill- M trees on Uie approach. The iunwa> Is pUUSJinrougn
l......... s >..........r.ESZJEffi'",::'..':i-
I level and used thto as a found.
i-ibheai.
The new work on the runwa>
m being done by the Jamaica
I'ublir Works dlreetorate. wno
emplo> native skilled and un-
skilled labour Materials surli
am limestone mid hardcore u
obtained on the spot, from a
mound at the east end of the
runway which Is being lowered
m 11 in arder to enavre a I In
40 approach.
Stones Crushed
rushed 11
It there's a big job going
give it to a jet iHan
-WITH THE SMELL OF PARAFFIN IN HIS NOSTRILS'
, n ihr nell
too
Men use lOest werr p:m,
out .-arty on In tlieu oareer*
No waiting arounii loi them
no Cents*on reports ul in
Cleat xparlanoa ", no aeutouou
'iei h good lob srall and
bravelv done
by
HUGH DUNDAS
uo U Ruing to
*takt over when
Sir John Hlessor
ilepa down from rus Job
ii Uie An Stan ?
I hen 1 iceimc
sin-nm tna men srho fly OVI
. 'i ile tutiir.
.11 iba WAK depends en
ihoste
Will r| nri CsUSt BB a VOUnn
indei or one at
< will oe
: il!- on one
iilavi'1.
.vith 'op lobs

: n a-hifl o: vouth -
I
The only one
Tut ^
isi Apnl
that ol UM 70
lop men *ho hold the rank ol
.'ml mill air
Ihi i onl* niie *hn
|rl nglur mrll !
si H I

1
11 .! lh^ list nr
!ic onh one 1


km

: II
lain
N .< .. all tire
in who trans-


UM row lignuirs and leadera,
tempered sfte proted a UM I re
of bailie. Prom union* UM .1 r-
eonunodorea nd more ar ocu-
larly from the group-captains
and wing-conminnatTs vnu conU
sKim nfT the cream of the HAP.
Then cooped .n In Oarr.ers
of vouth and semoniv un>
rnanj ofnotra who serve today
In lower rank> tnan they held
as active nchten rlsbt rears

11 i'ii 'ii'i BbOV 'i M SI UM 1 I
lasu>ad of soinic up .'i
Kti* '.iiwi nnd are held don.
hen the flghUng ami over
tner *er- thaniied and ordered
to make scar lor thine wnom
dm) ud oesMd 1 we reei
Man. mensntf tieroes are
used to call iheni ir.i
im iwcifii-r,
for h.(.'i command Bu: the Air
rejects any nuggastion
that thcr might be promoted at
1
:n UM *sr
UacK from Whliehali .-onim
the answer: Insufficient
experience.' And out front
wh .-nail sooa The Nex'. Man
on Tha Ust.
That la the *ay that tha old
men want il. Thev shun the
proximity of vouth.
Picked early
HOW dlfferen' tt U la
.'] U.d Air Porco,
Tl
young moo (or a young man's
job I.'itc brllllancr ana
r-rjmni- General Hovt VandenDeia. tha
Chief ut U.S. Air Staff foi tlw
L But
i of ret 1.
wo men who I

:th big
A great chance
W
tnouin it not
sains in t.h*
RAP.' If Sir John
Blrsao' is Roing the new Air
1 ism and
Dudhv -nimseH a voun-r flcnt
hav a Rreai eh taot U)
reteue the vrelce fron aenlle
. r^l W 0001
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BUTTER
(Sol Ihr Ordinary Tinnvtl Bullrr)
I NOT ONLY
OS I LESS
AND
1.0 1 1 111'111: ii
BUT
TASTE
Q.I1.B.
BUTTER
CONCENTRATE
The ARISTOCRAT
of Bl'TTKRS
WORTH TRYING!
Obtainable from ill QWSOTSOS
lion Surplus water coUertbis
round tho runway is claarod U>
moons of throe pumps. Periodlenlly
sea water Is let into the awamp
area to clear Uie smell of stag-
nant wator; It also kills the mo*-
ouitoos which breawl there
Jet Route*
Wing Commander L, A. F-gglas-
Md. the Olroctor-General of t'Wil
t.in in the Hritisb Ciiribbeun
,,ti Informed ma that the mi^-
rjkely route* for the Vlacoum
(short disUinie roule) would be
fiom Miami Uimugh MOBteSB BsW,
Nassau and Havana, while ihi
Comet (long dWUnee route) on j
trip from New York would stop a|
NnssHU. Monteiio Bay. VenezueU.
Trinidad and Bermuda.
Bolh tl>e Hrltioh Oversea*
Alrwa>s CarporaUoti, who will
.,|..-i.i. Uie Comet, and British
Weal IndUn Airways, who
1,1. lit add Viscounts to their
Heet ft Vikings In Uie Caribbean
are fully awart> of the Impor-
tance "' UiU-oduelng 1 j-i
.11 in..t* to Uie Aaarrloan flyuir
public In Utst area. The Comet,
which haa a ensuring speed of
t0 in v ! will fly from N*w-
York to Naaaau In appreal
nvaiely Iwa hour*, as compared
with four hours required by Uw
plslon engbsed MU-atorruler
and Uie Vlaeount .... By from
Nassau so Miami In approsl-
t.i.t.lv SO mlnates. tnatead of
the hour needed by Use aircraft
now In use n this nan.
Kvei since Uie Comet uncl Vis
VIENNA. April 10 cunt first flew they- have been a
Unknown saboteurs have blown toune of uitarsat and speculation
1 1 riously damaged nix kes to the Amarkuns. No liner are.
in Budapest and other for demonstrating how good these
Hungarian Industrial untie-. . rtrili.-h .uieraft nr' 1.le sources. than off the oast coast of the U.SA
Ttie report ld the plants. Long and short hauls ul devaslat-
which Include Maty as. Rnk^s ing speeds may have the effect of
tool factory In/Csepcr causing the Anicrknii flvirm put--
M (Aei LeettHr Factory in lk to domiind thi.t their mr-llner-
Budnpesl, waere blown up as an use Jet aircraft and. as Britain
ut -.! ii.tL.THv to the Communh-t leads the field In thui kind of
roBimc on the 7th anniversary of | transport, and actually has thn
"Hungary's Uberatlon" by the \ goods coming oft the assembly
Red Army. 1 Fine, this country might suddenly
He added th..t Hungarian Cum- have an influx of dollar orders
munUt authorities have roundeii provided that early delivery can
up several suspects during their be guaranteed to the would-be
investigation of the acts.U.P. customc
nany
from
!
And tlMt :
men anil dt

London bares -
Factorieti Blown Up'
Il 1 4ga
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8" x " a 1" 33c. .
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starla killing t^.- garn -
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ad ttrlaarv riyaum la lao boi.i
fat to sliacilulaly listinlaaa lo lm
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sragaa of dl^.HiiUi k as
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itin la auprovad ay Is(or am
n.lala in 1* reioibl'i nl I
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rears n bai eceri renannsendsd
by Dot iios|'ital
sad Sanstort' isersesstie Tho
re.i^.in ' Simply ihis. It con-
tain* :,lsO!C
red in !^-* baincl LlbPI
Jtorlc^ jml thi ingredient
reasB jo^i
t its root.
That an. i ncli a/ftctnc
jrul v. hy it BflDj m> quia-ly sad *o
l-'rom the first dose
Fanicl ev cs tlw inlUmed bron-
.ilds up
\our power, of resistance while
ii || .leMniving the germs which
have earned the cough or cold.
The mom nt rou atepecl 'flu,or
catch j cougn or cold, take
l-jtiu-1 SyaSspaasl ,ou will have
-uncu uii the io*j to icLOVcry.
! tic .1. the bouse.
FAMEL SYRUP
I .ft :;..> i- f-.'M uil chtmult or norm.
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crs who have booked
Metars know trmt the ship-
invnt expected delayed but they will be
notified aa soon as the
Company can fix same after
arrival.
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SUN
SHADES
all different atylrs and
type* available
I r ii in 72,
lo ;.l.....l fO.OO
fall TOIlAV at your
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**- rat*of agg produetlon,
and maintain them hi good
physical condition. The
oatmeal In Fal-0-Pep
Feeds and afasfaee for
starting, growing and egg
production contribute*
f..ward more profitable
results.
Tha Quarks* Oota Caasaeay
Ash far Pul-O-Pep Peultty Peedla* Ol
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inform our customers and the
general public that the CORNER
STORE and our PIERHEAD
STORE and OFFICE will be
CLOSED TOMORROW Saturday
April 12th
MANNING A To.. Lid.


PAOI. -IV
liUlllADOS ADVOCATE
KKIIIAV. AHRI1. ". IM
B\RRADOS
t.-----------1*
;_awoc*ti
KrW.y. April II. 1S2
I OK III \ IMO\
THE public ought to be told why the
Barbados Publicity Committee should de-
cide that the expenditure of $600 U.S. on
a small advertisement in the National
Geographic Magazine should not be made.
In the March issue of that magazine
there appeared an illustrated article on
Barbados which, had it keen accompanied
by an advertisement, might have provided
the best advertising this island has ever
had since it started to encourage tourism
as an industry.
Without that advertisement it is very
doubtful whether the excellent publicity
in that magazine will attract one tourist
to this island.
Because nowhere in the article is there
any mention of tourism or of a single hotel
at which tourists might be accommodated.
Indeed the potential tourist might be
frightened away from this island by
reference to Barbados being in the hurri-
cane belt and bv the mention of oil as a
potential industry.
Oil and hurricanes are not normally
used in the promotional campaigns of ad-
vertisers who hope to attract tourists.
In recent months the Barbados Publici-
ty Committee has spent more than the
equivalent of $600 U.S. in the negative
action of contradicting false statements
originating in Trinidad that this island's
hotel accommodation was booked up when
hundreds of rooms were vacant. Now it
has been offered the golden opportunity
of turning Mr. AUmon's interesting article
on Barbados into a valuable advertising
medium for the island by announcing that
this island welcomes tourists and has hotel
accommodation for them when they
arrive.
Instead the Barbados Publicity Com-
mittee has, without giving any explana-
tion to the public, decided that a small
advertisement in a magazine which cir-
culates throughout the world and is to be
found in nearly every club library of any
Importance is not as effective as money
spent in other forms of advertising not
disclosed. And this decision has been
made despite the recommendations made
by the New York Agents of the Barba-
dos Publicity Committee that a small
advertisement in the National Geo-
graphical Magazine would be an excel-
lent means of advertising the island.
If the Barbados Chamber of Com-
merce, an was reported in this newspaper
yesterday, is considering the purchase of
2000 copies of the National Geographic
Magazine lor March with the idea of
circulating them to potential visitors to
Barbados they will be well advised to in-
clude with the copies sent tourist litera-
ture supplied by the Publicity Commit-
tee. But the suggestion that without an
advertisement of Barbados as a tourist
resort Mr. Allmon's article in the March
issue of the National Geographic Maga-
zine is going to bring a single tourist to
Barbados cannot be entertained. The
mention of hurricane and oil may have
quite the reverse effect.
fourth day of th* scries
*
THE PEOPLE CLOSE TO THE QUEEN
Th mm Ihr Prinrcs. pickrd youthful, tntmrtk. brfsriml
Stay-a t-Hom e
Britons
GENERAL Sir Frederick
HiipI'ih imi Maurler and
hlldn
MRS. MlKi I'ARKblt and her rl.iucMer
Julle -picture by her husband.
A small brass plait on an un- et, squash, hockey, Rugger, sail- Grenadier Guards, the 1st Air-
mposing door says "Ilouhol I iiir small boats, and amateur borne Division, and th<<
Offices." You ring a :raphy. Airborne Corps, the impression
Grenadier Guardsman admn- I , The Picture here in Clarence HouseIs not
then. b>-passing a Mike- with hi* Lelca. is pretty'0' nerce discipline but of a stac-
clutter of officers' rations, you w,]l tha official recorder of royal cato chartn.
are in a room which gives you off-duty moments. This role ho His Colour*
three impressions at once- and discusses with Baron, a Court His room has not only the
first is that everybody In photographer. lieiwevn sets on neatness but the pai*abtraalfci of
Mghl j mmii-: the squash court at Buckingham ,-, leading soldier.
Indeed, nobody over 55 ever Palace. Two clours ueggsd to a wall
comes into this story of the Haw He rates -no grace-and-favour dominate the room -ihe
Guard at Clarence Houselust house, but lives in Launccston- gave to units of the Air born,
as nobody under HI came mto place. Kensington; and he uses Corps, and the Commanding
yaaterday's story of the Old spool after ftp <>|
Guard at Buckingham P.il
Ditmesticity
The next impression thi, room
gives is of domesticity. For dot-
ling the mantelpiece and the
desk are pictures of a dark,
friendly Scotswoman. once
Eileen Allen and her two child-
ren. Michael and Julia
The third impression Is of up-
and the wife he met by chancs Grenadier G
married in the Ayrshire llu interests
da.
IIAIIII i I l(lli:\4 v
TOTAL tourist earnings from hard cur-
rency areaB during the seven months
period beginning September 1951 and
ending last month now exceed in value
one million dollars (U.S.)
Combined dollar earnings from the
United States and Canada are 967.468
.(U.S.) while 262,489 Venezuelan bolivars
were earned during Ihe same period.
There was a decrease of dollar earning
from the United Stales during March u
compared with February, only $134,280
(U.S.) having been earned in March
while receipts during February were
$176,005 (U.S.)
Canadian dollars earnings on the other
hand increased during March $71,665
having been received as compared with
$62,550 in February.
There was a further slight drop in
HMOtngi ol Venezuelan bolivars during
March, 29,805 being received as compar-
ed with 30.889 in February.
The tourist season has not yet ended
and dollar earnings will continue in
lesser degree throughout the year.
But the monthly statements of hard
currency earning* which are received by
the banks and which have been recorded
in this newspaper during the past seven
months prove beyond all doubt, if any
has ever existed, that after sugar and its
by-products, tourism is our greatest dol-
lar earner and second major industry.
At a period of financial crisis for the
sterling area this fact needs greater re-
cognition here and in the United King-
dom. It is the duty of the government
to help the tourist industry to earn even
more hard currency.
town of Troon the out-of-door preoccupations
His position In the new House- of Englishmen, through ruinier-
hold is assured, for his employ- ous charities, through all things
' ha- not changed. He mechanical, through all forms of
will eonUtUM to be Philip's pri- locomotionIt Is said that he
vate secretary at Buckingham hates to break out of a slow walk
Palace. but sooner nther than later
In his room he smiles -That's 'hey will focus on n home at J"or
to-date efficiency, for nothing; Um Lot. Pat," to Miss Thomas, his 'n_ornw," '' . ., .
;ould be more up to dale or efll- secretary. And at that moment Tnere "** *Vf w',c- DHfiK
:ient than the mining, twinkling In comes Charted* He does not Maurler and his three children
inter-corn at the side of the man send a memorandum that he is w * b" to the domestic note
at the desk, who is answering to calling. He pops Infrom the 'lC9sa- ,'. *,Va' V j
its cries of Mike" while putting room opposite. Uimtian rising 12 And a dog
his signature to black-bordered Lieut.-Colonel Martin Char- '"m*d Mouse,
letters. '-* until the accession Pri- A happy man. Sir t
This Is Lieut.-Commander v.ite Secretary to Princess Eliza- A man who heard the Princess's
Michael Parker, aged 31. late of beth. That office he no longer speech of self-dedication from
Melbourne. Equerry to the Queen holds nnd his room looks like a Smith Africa and said to him-
and the Duke of Edinburgh, and clearance sale. self: "I will serve that young
Private Secretary to the Duke. He bears out the theme of this woman." A man who is now self-
This is all office. The wife Household. He is young38. He dedicated to that service,
and children in Ihe pictures arc is domestic, with a wife and three From this man. we should not
his. And he strikes the keynotes children, aged six, four, and two. be surprised, stem, the new
of the New Guard who have la Ingram-avenue. Hampstcad. "spirit thai i- Limning to per-
been managing the immediate He Is etl'i .. vade the management of royal
affairs of the youthful, home- He is, in background If not in affairs.
loving, and efficient royal couple, approach, part of the old tradi- He realisesthough he would
Mike Parker Is something new. lion. He Is Eton* Sandhurst, the he the last to discuss auch mat-
He Is the first Dominlons-born King's Royal Blflan, the man who ters openlythat e<|ii.ili*atlon of
man to be brought into the royal was Military Intelligence chief in wealth hut left Ihe Monarch,
entourage. In*, the brother of the Earl with great houses and private
True, he sits there, ingenuous Wemys*. estates, all but isolated,
looking, in black Jacket and Out of it all. though, has come The goal, as -Sir Frederick
striped trousers; and his manner a quick smile, a taste for humour- might well see it- Is to re-estab-
nd uccent prove that Xavler practical and otherwise, and an Hah links with the people, and
College. Melbourne, has nothing unsnobbish MondUl with ever-widening circles ol
to learn in social graces from He has, off guard, a look older their representatives.
Britain's best public schools. than his years, which may be And lastly
Gaiety... Bome legacy of i wartime tot- one man. now at the Palace,
But he punctuates hi* work pedoing but which is more prob- may vet have a deciding voice in
with a gay laugh, naval slang, * a Bl**n of conscientious ap- fulillllng all these hope... He Is
and a first-name informality plication to a strenuous Job. lne senior assistant to Sir Alnn
with colleges that spell a novel All this, however, vanishes Laacelle*. Private Secretary to
approach to protocol. Not that with the smileand especially the tjueen, and his natural suc-
protocol is in danger. For behind with the smile that goes with his cessor as Nb. 1 royal BIM
the exuberance Is u tough grasp disconcerting switch to "duck- This is the diminutive Sir
of ceremonial and what is due. shooting" Arabic, which he pick- Michael Adeane. only 41
He IS there bMatiat, UM son ad up In V of age. His grandfather. Lord
of a captain in the Uoyal Auk- Now he Is winding up his job. Klamfordham. was Private Bee-
tralkan Navy, he wentcurious- It Is almost certain that he will retary to George V. That is hack-
ly enough, it was easierinto UM go to the Palace as an Assistant ground enough.
Hoyal Navy. Prince Philip. Secretary to the Queen. But. more important. Adeane,
quite another route, went Into We gtl back In Parker's room, of all the Palace officials has an
Ihe Royal Navy, They met. IB< y and in | there is outlook which .1 closest to the
stutk. 'his popping in and out all the Wiucn's
And while Parker, invalided tunewho is welcomed with We are left with a imal aspect
out with stomach trouble, was "Helta, *Iii>>\" Hera/, readily in thin series. The queen has a
working with a rope firm In smiling- is the doyen of this de- consort. He Is the fir-l to whom
BeoUaOd the call came. Philip partment, the informal but for- she would naturally turn for In
was marrying Princess Elizabeth, midable Lieut.-General Sir Fie- formal advice.
Would he come down as equer- deriek Browning, who was Therefore hit us examine the
? He would. Comptroller and Treasurer of role or Philip and those In hi*
The young men have much In Princess Elizabeth's Household. family who were brought nearer
common, including a flair for But even with the man who the steps of the throne by hk
Navy-style practical Jokes, crick- commanded the 2nd Battalion, marriage.
nr BK*7 ?* " << "*>* which I. an ^.n.-
"hvlf-Lotitml only jum been discovered. No one itll Ul 1( ,,.,,,,,, kl Usiiug Feil-
To the Editor, (he Adrocale i lamed for allowing this Ih,, mfsing 1>f
SIh\1 was hoping to see a *' *"***" bul '"< suggest ., ,,,,;, w,.al ]di.uiism r.,!h.-r
- wal- ,h''1 '" future i conn] bupaclwn thin uuuli
Our great statesmen nrc bat-
tling and will continue to battle
f r Federation, but it is the youth
who will face the
il for the
Inevitable victorias.
It is tha Immutable conviction
that the young pebpta Indies iire the one* who can be
further reply to Miss Cecile ....
colt's letter 11 is on* thuig to should be mi.de to prevent snakes
make pronouncements, but anoth- bfJni '-nd-M with *>._
m to explain the basic reasons u CLARKE
which lie behind them. The lat- J} '*"'**.
ler are seldom understood by the ; Michael.
man In the street who, m tho '"-
absence of some explanation, is /,./:,.,.,, \,i prniL,r
likely to regard tho declarntloi '"""' "" trutivmt
of Uie church as arbitrary. I" Tha Editor, The Adrocofc
Ceetle Waleott stem* to throw SIR.With nalewrice l Mr Shil- most successful in building a
scorn on the matter of self-i. published in yours West Ionian apirit that Impels me
trol and It is here for On thm "f tho Mh instant, correcting un to gather the y-mth of the British
that she slips up. All would rac- error which was mode in tho Caribbean fender the standard of
ognlKe. of course, the Ideal of self- artlcIO iiublishcd In your paper u new and increasing spirit of
control, and the church Is nlwayi of th 1th "I March, and Ih. rtl bi -'icrhood.
busy urging It. Hut frbsSTt self- !< OH pagji IW3 ol Uie 11.11.M.S. The Associalion will haw in
control Is ddflcult and wminilv ' lumal \"l VII. August. 1940. advantage over groups wMcfa
"Impracticable," the queslioii is ThJ i i acUOP will sun-ly bo ki.p F.-deratlon aj j mere infer-
not solved by taking the Um of d*| i ad by those of the lor companion to their main
least resistance. The advocacy of pubUc who indulge in a bit of programmes. W will .-xi>-t only
artificial means of birth pntvatt- nlatoiy. for developmg a national men-
Uon (It is prevention rather than I Horn ol the word t.Ut> and bnniiing the P. W.I. to
control which Is the point) kM l r\Wdanca* seems to the ultimate ciuidilion of hon-
Ihe sense Of rcsponitblllt) (or DC I m-i > COntmOn nustake. and mired -on
*elf-contn>l and encourages )u-: was mad* priof to thsj pubUcatton Thi i inches in each
the opposite vice, of self indulg- "f eitlicr of these article. It wai i land; .11 JamaiM ind '
ence. That li whj Ida bj Mr. L. M. U. Meyers 111 the movCBjanl IsfatUtfl let afoot
for artificial prevent:..r: >[ bil ffe m or-
are known to fail. oi BafWdog." pubbsiuM in a>nisauut, but we fc.-i s>.re thai
It is not for noUiing. tbcrafore, Th* >'( I I on,' i93rt soon aw win be .01 issoolaUon of
that the church 1* opposed to Ihe Mr Mey 1 1 quota* 'On each of youth .-- iHUhins and strength-
practice of artificial birth preven- the four lido* Is a marble statue ening links, political and other-
tlon. The vast experience of tho 'I enttngj Justice. Portitude. wise as wa grow up together,
church In mallets of rnorallt] > Patience.' The I*n>ud of our country and de-
entltle deep consideration and inscriptions to these read as fol- ternnned to r--o|*r IU high daa-
indced it would be presumptuous Iowa: times we will *tr|ve on togeth
to Ignore It; an* to accept In |faj 'I>o Wrong To None' GARFlEUl HUHTON
pjaee the dicta of w, lxK.k To The End.' St. Johnston Villas*,
folk who little roallsa lb* dlaa>- Hr Si>|M>r-MlndVd.' Anttgua.
trous consequence* of their idea-; 'To Bear Is To Conquer.'
If carried out to their logical
lusions.
"SAXONICUS".
April 8th. 1952.
Snuk.M In BiirtMuIn*
To the Edlfor, Ihe Adroeafr
SIR1 was not surprised
.....bng in your columns recently n-r s- /-,.,/-.,/; /,.,.,.
that a wake mcasur-ng app'.- mtmn l.u^w
mately T* long was kille-l on the To The Pdifor, The Adcneate
aterfront by sometnie
r I iko of quo!
Ing-this strlue as Patifii, .'
ram. JACKMAN.

>hael.
who w.i-
Bl foundini; the Wi "lllw bad '
Indian Student. t a si mil
ntUai I am ur **- "onr "bjec*. tak.'* un a handful
1 purposes, chief "and throws ft in the hopes it
larlv among cargo from W nil."
West Indian IsUnds, but it has aging, fostering and sustaining
IF THINGS ARK SO TOI (ill WHY NOT
COME HERE? ASK THE AMERICANS
By FREDERICK COOK
NEW YORK.
A WEEKLY meat ration the sire at a
packet of cigarettes. Not much chance of
a new car before 1960. Shortages of fuel
Cold houses and chilblains. These are llu-
reports Americans are always reading from
England in their daily newspapers. Wl.al
they do not understand is why so many put
up with itwhen the door to America
stands open.
Only a tiny fraction of Britons who might
cross the Atlantic and cttle here am I
so every year. It is not because Britm
not wanted here. They aremany thous-
ands more than take the chance that is
waiting for them. "It just doesn't make,
sense to me," said a Washington official to-
day.
Since 1924, the United Slates have been'
letting foreigners in for permanent settle-
ment on a quota basis. Foundations of thej
scheme are complicated. But its puip<
plain : to let in immigrants on the basis ol
national origin to ensure that the Ud
flow comes from Northern Europe, thug
supporting "the preponderance of that 1
strain in American life."
j And lot those who think Britons unpopu-
children OfllcerV Company colour of the lar here consider the current quota (which
ge through all|has run for years now at about this level) : 1
Most favoured nation. Gwat Britain, with!
65,721 allowed in every year. Next on the
list, Germany, with 25.857. Third, Eire, with
17.853.
Tin' rest are largely also-rans. Poland's
yearly quota is a mere 6524; Italy's 5677;
France's no more than 3086; Russia's 2798.
49,421 WERE MISSING
Of the 65.721 Britons who might have
come to the U.S.A.. still the land of oppor-
tunity, last yearhow many did? A total
of 16,300. Gone to waste were 49,421 hard-
to-g.'t quota numbers which thousands in
other lands would have scrambled for.
In 1950, when the permissible quota was
the same (and no unused numbers may be
carried forward from one year to the next),
17,155 look tho opportunity offered. 48,566
numbers were not taken up. It has run for
years now at about the same level.
Highest year in the past decade was 1948,
when 27.774 came in. A year later the de-
cline set in again, with a total of 23,774. All-
time low mark was in 1933, when only 1274
f the permitted 65,721 thought it worth
while to cross over and try the new life in
America.
By contrast. 5207 Italians came over in|
1949. out of a total quota of 5799. In 1951
the French quota was 3086and 2900 came
in; almost as many Germans, with their
25,957 quota, arrived in America as Britons
did with 65,721; from Holland, with a quota
of 3135, 3102 emigrated; even little Portugal
sent 384 of her permitted total of 440.
ONLY 7 PER CENT
Said the State Department in Washington:
It is of interest that although the British
quota was raised to 65,721 under tha 'na-
tional origins plan,' at no time with the ex-
leption of 1930 and 1931 did the number ad-
nitted exceed 7 per cent, of the admissible
The Irish Free State exhausted all of its
quota of 17.853 in 1930 and 38 per cent, of it
in 1931."
In the two years just before the war.
there was a territic demand for German
quota numbers, but Ihe British did not move
above normal. This leads American popu-
lation experts to. believe that immigration
into the U.S.A. is intimately tied up more
with political oppression and racial perse-
cution overseas than frith hard times, which
are something that will pass.
tJUM the same." said an American spokes-
man, "we wonder sometimes if things can
be as tough in England as we are led to be-
lieve. People certainly do not seem ta be
in much of a hurry to leave. One of the
things holding back people from Britain
oh. sure, we want them just as keenly as
i-ver n didmay be the difficulty of bring-
ng money with them. A man with business
plans cannot very well move if the home
government won't let him have his capital,
whatever it may be.
I'KI I I 1; THE EMPIRE?
"Another factor we have always noted is
full employment. When a country has that,
few leave, however poor their living stand-
ards may be comparvd with what they could
get here. And in Britain you have the
cradle-to-the-grave social security system
that makes people feel they don't have to
worry.
"And, of course there'* another factor:
maybe after all they prefer the British Em-
pire. Bul they don't seem to be moving out
to your own wide ouen spaces as fast as one
would suppose, if life m Britain is so grim.
Do you suppose they've just lost the pio-
. instinct?"
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BIB At a pendant to tie ex-
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styifri "Simula Languagja" maj
1 ofTci the following statement by
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I l: 11 \ s Midi ll. i52
1I4KBADOS ADVOCATK
PAGE SEVEN
Woman Not Guilty *^R<**t
Oi forcible Entry ....
BOOT DELIBERATING an Assue Jury at the JJJT*?!,^"te'^uSSl "in ou
*-rdav found Sylvia Hall of the mie* of ihe ether companier
Kim; William St net. St. Michael, not guilty of a charge " iheretore suggesied. ihii under
0*10 of Edg.rRowc on August *J ^SS'V. .
lir. iDI. should dnm all the returns other
l) i; ... .s in charge Of th- than iMt sent In by the Gmcnl
(ti the place ftfntur Ornn bus Co unsatisfactory.
Taylor. ut and he could not haw violated Bn(j In (auncss to the public oro-
.:. the houw ,fed lone, unless their auditor
when his things were threwn out. ecommendad lo the contrary, the
companies whose returns were
deemed unsatlsi 4Ctorjr, all of
whom ply for hire In St. Michael,
and had the protection for being
competed against. He ^ickcsUhI
that they be rated at $500 pot
unit.
m , Mr. Mottley said that in clew
>" f of the fact that all the compan.es
!
Hi r
Field. Assistant to the Attorney
f..r the C;>
aid on four
witnesses in an effort lo prove
Its case while llic defence called
OR two.
TSe prosecution alleged that
riant on August 10 arm-
l cut to the
house of Rowe at Gills Gap. Si
Michael and threw out Ut fur- Grand ^^ >e,iCTda,
n.iurc and entered -the house
which Witt lot-
to find his furniture 1
the road iind tMheti be true) t
Assize Jury
Acquit Joiner
Oi< Probation
For Chin Rile
At tha Court of Oraiid ft**
loas yesterday tha Actuu
Puma Judge. Hi Lot '.hip
Mr. Justice O. L Taylor pUS
Jonathan Payne or II aaontka
probation Id tha mm of **>
for wounding Thomas EU1* OB
hu chin by blUng him.
Paynt waa also order** to
yay componaation to tht
amount of 5 to Elba. Soforo
placing bun on probation. Ria
Loidahlp told l*ayus (hat he
had made tnvaaUgaUena abeat
him and found that ho bad a
good record and was net going
to send bun to risen but
hoped that bo had learnt nil
leaaon.
Greaves Elected New
St. Lucy Churchwarden
MR FRED QUA.1 vear's Senior Guardian.
for the Parish of St. Lucy. Watt lactod Church-
warden for the ensuing session.
The outgoing chu
An Assize Jury j
acknill-
losing
";- of H.ndabury Road of charge ot <*-, ""d "" ,G"" 3?
' iircclftMj a putlic mjschicf bv >"M> the only one who vrai
; ~ making a tab* rtatemenl to tn making any uruflls. he tell thai
get Into DHIWU4 ihe defendant p0|lce , October 5 I9M Thg tlovcrnment most appear very un-
M
Greaves ho wag srcenlett by
Mr J a. T lit mcker
In making the |
W.iid said that it was gencr.il,>
the practice of the
i t-.n-etiwarden to propose the then
Senior Guardian and he was not
departtaai Irosn that p
Mr lit.- rvaa thanlu
9 put in htm .niii pnin-
fcsM to iu his failhful
lo Ihe parish 1 will d
to uphold the standards
this vestry", I
Lorn' lirirvrs
Warned Against
Overloading
g) tram Page i
nciIouv hd one could lelr when
that bar would break. It inighi
.... le the person's bad luck that ot
Una tne bar breaks the ridei*
,,k mtflhi lr ipi
... - i. i "' ii mi \.imi 3. Oil i no
: ? '." ?^.niJ!.; "<" **** j><,c in. u.rdri,iP
,u, unable Mr. J,*uce G. L Taylor alaeharg-
kind in not icMnlng the coocea- The SI. Lucy's Veftr* yesterd..
St. Ulcy Defer
Laying Of
1052-33 Kates SrtSkS.S!F-
toe the aucc....... ,. ,,v P,-de.trUn. walk the
He ttiki-d > vcluts not to |M-..
He'wa.'Ua'vTni"'t to the vett. "r" "'" """'*
X* ,heBfdUo,;.,,:,
I
Rowe s;tul that a proper-
It ft lo tuiii l>.v 1-ilinn Cole. i|V,Vrtl.'
The p -use! situ-
lflctt1
tmilt the
whl
d i" look after all the
i.rranffements for Cole. After
' Um hotaM
and he received the rent w'nen
. paid the land
renl.
Taylor discharg- MonaJres who nde no profit of postponed the laying of the rale.
toll m l |
i-tl Siah ""* a*reat buiden of operating (or the ensuing term so as to glvo were in-nle:
Mr F. E. .held. Assistant lo the lhpi' uu sen-.ces at a loss. '-hem an opportunity of nunui- sealae Guardian: Mr
General, appeared for lnd *nP ssessor"s relurns HaitBt
the Crown while Sealy was not It wW however for the Vestry They decided to meet in_ron.-
represented. The prosecution al- to accept ur rejort the returns, n-ttee at 2.31
iig-Jg Icgv,! that on October 5, 1951. and he for ode would propose that * to consider all the salaries
11 Seoly in a statement to the police the Veetry reject the returns as ,neir pswoehial employees f,
appajnUm .'
>. 0
^ per to Samuel Jones to keep for
him and Jones sold it. The Police
m.-iiie investigations and found
that the statement was false.
Kit t arftMM called by uie prcw-
" Ii.nu.-irv 1010 thA arrtKMt MTU,I" w"* Wilbert CUu k. I' ,1 ,
-^T^:,t(sSersj'r.bo!r,
8.30 p.m., the accused reported
that he had given Samuel Jones
and proceed
akmg
.T.C.
Mum h : i -
'he occasion,
ment order and the Court of Ap: JJ "'
i- A statement was taken from ^-"
read to the Court). He intervicw-
haniitun ? ">me men about the matter ond
r md and the de-
the purpose nf
SJWatLaTJS h^'i; feS SSrS S&HE
nght to make a reasonable orofll. Tnc Vcalrv olso nK.1Jtfd to put
though every man could not oe Jemmott's Road, which rung from
xpeued to make all the money Spring Hall to Hock Hall, on .no-
lle felt that persons who earned tut of roads for immediate re-
bustoaaaaa, if they realised a pa,r. Mr. Brancker made a
" which was
Han ii.
Mr. E. I.
rs: Mr,
C. '
fiHardlan;
Thurs- Wsrd. J P
Sanitary remmhaslon
_, -. E. T. Brancker. M
adjust- ye.irwoodt Mr c Howall, lb.
;ii"-. iir a i. Kirton
llulldin, tommiltee: |fj C II
learwocd. Mr C 1 Hiv-.II Hi
I. L Bourn,-. |flj ,; q HatTI
of copper II keen for pro'1' on ,he,r tnisinesei. should motion to the effecl.

he said. I
adult is wanting slonf "
,.,lh i child he should take his
i. n hand and h,,,|t the dhw"
ul so thai the child
-..V aW
Major Koadv
UMl ii ...i. MgJ d| ir.
; .. M -it Ot) I -
la under

Major k
ing wiU
i
-
rogulatioi
fair share of tan- seconded by Mr. O.
Mr
Br,
fr^rinUSd aSShSSJ iEfflS^^arlV^SPW'ih.., upm.. -mr&a*~mi thor^a,
r,',J iln hi .i?Ji iJrVK "nvestigatlona. rnmU of the parish and the poor next.
; ^ n IV A,,hi* ""< "" > "*" " "-I"" " P'.n. .1 the mjetlng M-
rMftiAth.rn.Mi m. ...,._ Rev. Peslaina (Chairman), Mr.
Greaves. Churchwarden: Mr. "sprl:
also took statements from these E L. Ward Mr. J. E T tlianck-
fendant was in the house. Ho bsft Mr- I>- Leacock Jnr.. oa.i- er Mr GO, Harr.. M.. D. E.
I l.-i am. that d,v. Samuel Jones. 40. of Denne'i t<"cd ihnl they Should not pro- Webster. Mr. C. It. Yearwood.
.. Village. St Michael, told the "e*1 **> hastily, and enquired Mr N. Sloromb*. Mr. I. Sober*.
ha hjoua*. Court that he has known the 'oncerning Ihe number of 'buses Mr. C D. Howell.
The man "-pd '"r some time. On owned by each of fho cunpnnles
tried to enter the house October 3 he saw a man selling H* pointed out that a amallTtom-
man chuck- some copper and the next day pany had u keep extra ou&es.
ad him. Ha then lefl 'he house he saw the accused at his work- which on the ratio was higher
<>!>. lie told the accused thai than a company having a larger
ill .nid no one took out he had copper but he had no number of Dusee. and that there-
Iratlon to her licence. jor9 |nr overhead exiwnses were
He asked the accused to keep m Ihc IitU niKI., J? ie CM of ) *r I m Ming Tl.l(,,,rB UdTwei
S. ROW, ld thnt J*gf5 f* hta J if* the sman .ornpoiiw-. ^ rT^Uo'S"bUvT,. 9JjTm ?la, when u
In Cola*! house accused) had a licence, l.iter the
He looked same da* the accused inspected t^ tllggaleA ,nu, tMy amv#
1 some soil ol principle, and
ftcr aome calculations moved
that companiei owiunii 10 huaes
the defend- Blaekman told him that he hud fnd ov5r "^ua * r*!cd1on *
Cola "Old tba topper for 6/-. He went ,w""1 ot s/" * P14"11 made on a
<|i.-l in Novembat IMt to the workshop of the accused un" "X tneuene.-ai Uus Company,
he and told him that Blacknr.an had ana in w case oi compamet. own- tf)N pnaehw Mr ra I ..........' '"
got the epper sold at 8 cents per ing_nine buses or less, at ihe rate DwaroMgei j m bauni tmirf, SS_"m -' -Jh-e proprV.y. of. *
CHURCH
SERVICES
in iu ii m mn
mi r cii
OrCaa fUs* and Bag Irrr: Ifj
l !...ii,- KriH.-sfiimu the Vestry:
ler
am_, v ^ * -............ t .
. .. .L . ."" fnaregalUn 11 .1 lh. treat arould be MDMt-
..I the p.rl.l, I hur.l, M, c |.. ... ,,.,, ,. ,. ,,,
tt.rd .ml Mt J I. .....ti ,.
CugrenUoa of gt. Clenenu' Ha ramla .c-,l llllmin mat th.-
Ihapel: Mr T Mr. Hi
C'oairea.ll ,.i m DwHkaai
NoJIeas,
n<> tapeworms*
The lira k an intermediate host of the tape-worm, and
to ensure freedom from this troublcwme internal parasite,
your dog miw be kept pen ficc.
Kill verminous paraMics such iw fleas, lice and tidu with
I.orcxtnc' Dusting Powder (containing gamma BHC).
'Lorcxane' |g a safe, pleasantly perfumed powder which will
qnuklv kill all common skin pests. The effect of a tingle
ducting lasts for some two weeks.
Lo
rexane
DUSTtNC POWDER
IN HANDY CONTAINERS
A pnxliKi ol Imperial Chemicsl Pharniaccutkah'
I.uniicd ;
A iii*,i .timftm/ M lmp*ul uBbM /-urW.m.i lid.
A. S. Hrydrn & Soni Jlarhadot) I id., Agents.
itigements. the copper. On October V he gave
H chargttd S148 60 for the the copper to a man by the name
did not pay the of Blaekman. While at the store
, of C. S. Pitcher" the same day.
PrearrwT lUv E
GHACT HI1.I.
vie*. Prtaihci H
ttttOd bv Hob
[ IWr-
1 itoi-
T p r
fragg It, Urivf;
Gr^E I IKES
QQNTlNI I.
Five ii cm of third nop n|<>
ciiliea. the property ,,f l,eni..|
n burnt on We.i-
. Hie Mf.ii.ii at
Staple Grove Plantation, Christ
< hurcli. about U.30 p.m. Ihe
UM Nh insured.
A KlIlK occurred at Friendship Gap. St.
about 12.40 pin on
TIN dai and burnt the roof and
jiart of n kit.hn, ,.'.i,kIh,l :..
threa i.-.f.-ti. boaxdad said ahln-
dent taking plaoa Thai was be-
OBUaa it KfU iliuing Un mil
:

1
"
"us waj,
pt t .i .in
an intro-l
"it. gkad thoa
: fui over,
ii T Mich.
in i iTori '
1 In tt.iin
i rol Iiti, i,,,i
populatioi

DWS
| OU d !!. h.mded the money to "t 2~* last profit maae ou one unit '"^J'p'niLi
I kev for the Houea Ihe accused. by Ihe Central Company. On the !%.?,.. si
I |ha rent" 1-ater he (Jones) round out that sugjieated basis, the rates worked asmsi.
Blaekman had sold the copper for out at $470 In the ca*c of persons am"U-
for mora than 8 cents per pound He owning 10 or more 'buses, and
N, w ti k. ".en askod the accused to see wnat 1381 in ihe case of persons owning
SSaSS" S?S "iSteT't'E., ^ """' OT
MT\ IiAltl INGTON i h<* ',;,'' '""da Inmiiries about the TollowiOg a motion to Jhls erfeet
h. uaa f'roni Edmir coPPr ""d cou,fl nnt do anything- by Mr. lynrocK. Mr "it.ttlc.v ac-
11, J9S0 and i. I
O Frantic
ail of lite aame disti..
ing strM; damage is estimated to be %$u
and the property is not Inn
!\li\* Stev T J
the matter to the 1*"1 e Leacock In favour of hU" own
. i, .1030 Ciw-ewmuied Jones wldthat figure. Bod ihe Vestry agreed : hoviin(
he gave 28 pounds of copper to unanimously,
the accused on October 4 so that
he could get a price for It On this basis, the following ra.ei
OoutoOUrne Blackmail said that were ihen fixed by the Vestry.
Rn 7 ^uaea $2.fl7
I ;i letter
in which Honed ibout Ihe
ml brought
, V.!dn iMv JnCS somellmc '" **' VT h,m Wamonfl Motor Omnibus
?y some copper and asked him to Ltu. .
Apill ISIh
UETIIFI i m. Hoi
a m Ra>v C To lot. 1
DALKimi II am Mr P Bruee.
p m P*-v E Ta>lnr tllelv C'ommunaoa
HCLMiaNT a i. I
I a m Rrt E T*]flo>. 7 P m St
Grlffllb
south i-mrajCT: n a m l
Ctariw
a m li.v
FMrlfv Mo i Commmiiofii. 1 p
It
IIEHUF.HT QRANT of T.
Evans fc Co., Broad Street,
ported to ihe police that
wrist watch valued 141.30
stolen from the |hM I
M
Mr
VAUXIIA1.I. *
CooimanUfi I pi
__ ?'iti> ."I'i^.i nil uatwu liirn ut riii u'li
raw dismissed. Eventually she fl.n &<, ^^^r for njm Hc Rold ^J
1,,-c.iUse fho ronin-r for t!t I Ml nnH tht- cor- .. ZZ 1.
ah.

The copper for $3.00 and the cop-
per was about 28 pounds. Ho
Mocrty Omnibus Co with
bus*; % 1,905.
s Good Fricliiv Mjusi^ Xv.
Saturday and Wednesday.
CLOTHING valued 1131.83
stolen from th- open yard
Sheila Skeete of Wavell
Hi.it k Rock, I-el ween 1030 p.ni
last Sunday and 8 45 a.m. 01
v.
property of Carlisle Giifilth and
Donald Jordan
enue.
The s s "Koike ft
4,380 tuns net, arrived la poi
c ports. Other CmTfO the polk*
Uarnadotta broughi inclucle i
bi ii.hr .. i otton, cod Uvii
h'dM"jon'S''^ie .rnS:.. "v.'.";'"'" Bu'Cc/- wl,h' At Hastings Rocks
,,-......, ak_> >_ _aii..i - -----. *. bu.ses (1,W3.
National 'Bus Co. with 12 'buses
Tha programme arranged for
tonight's Police Band Cecteart %\
Hastings Itocks will conuneii.e al
8 o'clock, and will be chosen from
the following items:
lU uvenruaa r>ai
submitted ili.,t ihe ejectment He could not remember how much
order which td-k place was valid (opper Jones hant/d lo him -.-,,
Iherefoie as Rowe was on the After he paid Jones, the accused L5 ''? t>lu' *300 in r'8Pcct of
M>t ul thai time lie was violating asked him (Blaekman) for the f1"'* Station Hi Barbarees Hill
copper Jones gave him. Yoiiken, Bus Co. wit* 11 'buses
'-ecutIon had to prove Questioned by the accused. *5>236.
Ihnt Rcwe owned the house or Blaekman said that he h*d no _^ ^ .. n_____ _
, lawful posseselcn. Tliev li.-enee to sell copper. The r!e on the Progressive'Bus
that Howe was in Arthur Boyee said that Black- '!, , Pending an eaam-
:.......mo: of ihe house at """ brought 25 pounds of copper lnatlon ot lhc hooks by Mr. Pile,
, did lo nlm ""d was paid for it. The 'ne 4rrt Auditor, and that on
he had an estate, "^"-"ed nic to him shortly after \,,e Y B,", Comlny de-
On the : A possession "wcknwn was paid for the cop- Vi"^' ponding an offer by the
per and demanded that the copper Vestry for an Auditor from
hath- bc_rPturncd lo ^,m- Messrs. Bovcll I. Skeete to e-
cr RoVa I 111 lawful possession
tr not.
" 1 rale, the returns having al-
iU lYuenn.vv
Si .;. .
t rNTBArrr
*, tiiiiiiAir
llHlilna
it OIIAT'lHIO
Ctutin.i.in
-Haaial
pBg] .T.|
rxcr.ni'Ts
per and demanded lhat the copper v"try for
Ik- relumed to him. Messrs. Bovcll
The Police afterwards took a "mine the bonks, and make _
Dt from him. separate repoit on the respective
Cecil clement said that he Concerns, railing acceptance of the
-i srs;, BUf "< cw,r ar...
J^^,0^^for the prosecution waa ready been deemed unsatisfac-
tory.
<>( Dlvlnr llu
lh* Intrtrtuluti. Th* Adoi-I
ili*-1. Aptwal of tl.r
I .ir pin- To Tour
Anti^iiu
Tha Empire Crickvt and
Tootball Club will tour AnU-
gua nest month. Thoy have
been givan parnuaalon to make
a public collocUon in th*
aunda and gionnd* at K*n
aington tomorrow afurnoon,
tho occasion of tha Empire-
Spartan return nstur* They
plan to help defray speiiae*
of tha tour with tin- collection
and they are aolidUng th*
support of the football public
I I.imp*
i......r in.
bags ..r < hare au uid 134 pi* i
are .r graaiihaarl ware brought hare
i ; the
Cloudig S Bel aaaNg S.
I i.
and has a Britlab
Oulana,1
iiy .v. Joaei I
w.iveii |. | brought
3d drum* of i nconul ml. 12 r-i
of fttotwaar, i4 bagg
tight paekagaa 4 I.< h
inni and -ix hag ul i
In next Sunday's 'Advocate'.
Edwin Roger* will begin a
sarlea ef articles on weight-
lifting and body building.
Rogers ha* bad six years' ex-
perience In the lifting gaase.
Starting from a skinny
tripling he has developed in-
to a powerful lifter and is tho
current local wMghtlifUng
champion in the IHl-Ib. class.
i. pt'riencc and advice
should be of great benefit to
tho-e Interested in welghtllft-
Ing and body building.
then clo*ed.
YOUNG MAN FINED 30 SHILLINGS
i ARIA Re wan drvpiw-d and
letted at man BU
i SACHET. AIM Jud*x lti>m "11
Hymn on lh* PaaaKon "In i
U>td< alawlag Qnaf. be bhi .
and aill teliel A A M ;
GOD SAVE THE OUEEN
IMs Worship Mr C W. Wal- Probation
l terday lined 20-year-old
Officers Act, for a
2 months. On March
ET7-?ja "in 71"","* n" 'W*-. he. was fine,) .10. f<.-
In 14 rtS r-T.' 2^" ?f V*1* fM'X'ng a policeman.
in 14 day* or in default 14 days breaking one Vrf th*. t*.^
n pn^n inatead of cancelling his S
recognizance with leie Probation l
md maXing him forfeit The Prol*tion Officci
Intion of the
inre.
Officers =.. .,,[ nim innci[ Thp Pr((,wllon omcer askd fof
^ZThnMry27' IM2 K,"had -ceanbu!al.t Ma.llir.,r3i?S:
'""" '-luuzanee under the -h ... -ivy ,sirn hls last ehance
Thitughl h'nr Thi- Ihiy
S>nile a while, and. ti'hile pou
smile,
Another rmttes
And Soon there are miles and
miles
Of smiles
And h/e'j uiorrh while
BetOKse you Smile.
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| sauai ea iu.,.t, ti ^ ie-.
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Might Dull. || |t
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READY-MADE
GENTS' Sum
in Worstoda, Tropicals,
Tweeds and Linens
Full American Drape
Si vie

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2 and 3 Button Styles,
with Patch Poektttg
in Brown, Blue, Qvgfy
anel K.i\\ n
nfttgg from llaUN up

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in Worsted, (.rev Flannel.
Linen, White and
Kh.ki Drill

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in How < "I I hi dgni and
Plgfln Clours

TOHl-:i,1,IN<; BATH ROBES
ii <'lucked and Striped
Patterns
We are Ihe Sole Stockists, locally
lor the Famous
"K" SHOE
HARRISON'S Bfcd at
Floral Cotton Ripley style in one or two
pieces. Sizes for women and girls of
10, 11 and 12 years old.
STRAPLESS SATIN LASTEX
One Piece only in an assortment
of attractive shades.
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in*
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For WOMEN From......$7.75 to $22.00
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TO-MORROW. Salur
lay. I2lh April, we will
be OPEN lo liii.in..,
Iroin 8 a.m. lo 4 p.m.
tkafemf for luncheon be-
tween 12 noon and I p.m.
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10, 11. 12 & 13 MOAD STREET
ty^^v^VwMfr
NOTICE
lo customers
Will all our (
note that our
sli.iui r- |il< '
i (I Hi ii.irliriitil
I...I ii...I \H. Slisrla-Tiikinie
I IPHTH K I iuall> ^ NOW 3/g
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Nlghl and la> lsV-riMDON rr.Nt ll-Htwo rolouM in ooe
Frnrll. I suallr /- NfW 5/-
Ur-fAHIIIUV PrstlLK. Vsually 5;. NOW 1/9
Mnr a-loTtou* Shadri to rhooae Irura.
gar Tah* aiivanUgf af this (iutdrn Opportunity !
I'll... mix I'linimm7
will he c-lMM'ri lo hiisinc-ss .ill
day on SATl'KDAY. APBaX
12th and m ill re-open mi .
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li\M*-M BUCED HMOS prr lb.
Al *TRAMt\ I.Mi ll%MS. II 15 lb*.prr lh.
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i XMI'llllls ( OSMIMMI Mll'Pprr tin
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PAGE FIGHT
BARBADOS ADVoCTAE
FRIDAY APRIL ll.MK
INDUSTRY: What Should We Make?
iiv k. /.. >>/>///;/.-
Migration
Scheme
The disrussion "*>* t' progrese ticable. 1 sometimes think this
about mdnrtry in B[^^ > -aci -worked. and
remarkabk* lor tin dc :. i 10 doubt It can be used
ii.al mifwtl.gi to what could ~ *"' o( blanket negative to
be manufacture.: hard id- klU many ideas that coukt eon-
vantage. II would M .uie to pru**es in the Island.
to atari with project- t1e*i..*i.ei1 lo I have rad BBBM UiM-hand a-
make -** t rw building up a manu
-1H7 to prod butinn* from vtr;
nerd but wfucn beginning*, in the face ( ihe
11 now bean. 1 large ind well ea- <-?. t;-----T-_r..T~tt r-.r- me startling poat-war rise in
.v ..nd I.. rpite nlOTS0^,^%^?dJfS^1~ Oil industry coau la restated In
from Britain to the Dominion* as _____ .llM,.hbl t, ,__
Finance
In The Oil
Industry
LONDON.
sUrtluig post* war rla*
Js^^'rs^L^JsSi %x^*2u5tiJX.. *.
Al-
|h COKIKIN MUVI1II
MELBOUKNX.
Three Australian lop Induatnul-
lata and btawawll -re launrhlnc at
week-end a wMim for the
1 have recently come ..to." tnbllshed concern*, and 1
am pmfes-
(K-*.inil*, anxious lo fore-
tials made i 11 i .ilure J PUon of power and ujflu- uk(, and Including buildlnx board, rool- ~_,____. -.- .,., iuin through revenue her fool drilled
ill. s.djtu. Insulation, it. nad any notion ol In- Tlvey sutae. 1 u.urn dollar help .,, jb^, ^ ,M,
finish and ,., on. In srhlck UV '- my hard-earned savinus from Atomic, to further In. drl|U Jl h^.,% uy '"^;
principle UundasM is bat I industry. I should now scheme. They are seekit* mr, ,0% .JneTuMtdVle BasfS en-
lorn. o( the item* ar. made Gib.-.- bo feeling much dlacouraued by avenue of pubUclty to sain tW- nncSmSSimewSl^m^t
(Mr mixed wtlh aajhajl the speeches made by eminent financial and public sup- Jm abovT^ nrv-warlevd ^usd
lUdcHu nuniK < POtt, rKeniix^to^velncsedhv
or other ..uii-e.i I election campaln last December The General Manajer of the Cwe.n 12S and ltO~ whM, a
of tins* speeches were of a Bank t New South Wales. Aus- t2^iH5 S2 ~. .' **"* *
At me arst metUoa of I, ,,,,, 0.,lure ualu's blip*!, moat Influential fJr^T.u^, 7? r.^nn ,1?, SS
In this conne -non JWMO *,, , causa bad feel- and lde ^rtvlt. ran.. Mr. S. J. *' *?"' BL **?^^J
lure ;o exclaim. How Terent *^tions of Gandon, puts forwards the form- i" -J^1? '"' "JJ""" ,ls,''IT"
wood-w..- a id , e ,, lh,, UOT ,; XiutriU, d Brluln , t'OOO to tB.000 for the same dl-
,m'" ..... Indlane. lack b dy to conllder idl aspects- '""'-
S.rt"ew i'Kni". 'Y w .. ...nuiiv ..nd of the tense I personal, political and Bnajicltl-of To arrr cm, u,. neetMirv re-
JJttf*8& c.W M "TSvU.^. a body ccc^aU ^SSTSS^S^Z
and in am cTihe nroducls in '" "Ul """Prise and reUrd , ,rouihout the Kmpire to |M-|jo the oil men spoil the
%** proof "5K'._1 ft. J.. _____ dlstHbutc. Po^laUon^a^lndu.; ec,uiv.,.n. of wl ovW O.000..
SsSS:f-'-" 2as:-r "'300M,'000 '"""
mi. It il.iln'* nrosnecta of dui That sort of expenditure-
industry's outlay
ie world where it
pi-ratingmphasle<. the
ninuu-iHiic.o, mi. iMva i capital lesourvr* on the
i'STS N. McKay. Hj* Ihe scheme largest possible scale. It also em-
.< by nSt^lde^into ^ould be b*se on the tr.n.tfer ph.M why such a large pro-
from Britain of complete industrlea portion of ihe oil Industry's earn-
I'am not ud lo date with refer- manufacturing unit*, men and ings ii Uii.g re-Invested In future
hat ai being done in machines. operational projects. Thus, the
the way of research They want u> vampaign in An*r- mnual report of one leading oil
tsiag some <>f lc* 1o ** doU.irs for the deveiop- uroup. published only last June,
full ol nails
and (bed .oxnnt-r (he ta
gain ,ice
Moe tts-the pjint th.nn ine one
about waodT-anis Ii th*
f I mirWi b.iG3si* U
foi- ; n:aamfac tit ring project Booi
Ijoiillfcve
to make it-
to eat ft J
Says Danny Dolphin,
our Sea-food Chef
Try this recipe as a treat fat the family It's dtflercni
OOIPHIN IH MUC*f"JL ,
NOW! Dental Science Reveala
HOOF THAI SHUSHING TIITM HIOHT AFTE IAIVMO
IS IMt Maltj fFKCtlVI WAY IO
HELP STOP
TOOTH DECAY
with
Colgate Dental Cream
V,*l-.'^V*'*'-*--***->'.
I tcssp- tnchoTT rtKfl Salt an.. pepP0' ,^j
Otoppea panky Of gr*te*
Wnv*. tind .
ft.Kin^ "t tmgers ot but
buttered toast
oblems that beset us, b-:l in rnent of the migration scheme on thowed thai, taking deprecation
^^imS^^I^^Vx^I <-<>- "d the United 'he ground that the American, und the reserve .Location together
;Eir mvJSf- S7ucL wMcMnd"- Stdk a great deal of research is eu be couvlnecd the money would cloM on f 100 000.000 had beer
r-Sl 3 t^ i Sit oJit ! inied on, and lo a considerable I* well spent on peoples and Their located out of the year-s earning*
^l\"'J?%l^l\i*^ extent the fruits of this worg are Industrie, which are aligned with for moderrUaatlon and egtenrton
STb! FtZa\lhat ai.-e of Um avail- Ie to mrTOH who aafel the United States against Com- of the group s undcrUkings. Small
facto*-v chlmausi IVdOMtly P^r lor them. More than onca I Have munlsra. vonder that one City Editor called
dam eV I'd; of amoU into the hud the experience of sending a ----------------------------------- ,,11S -pioughing back- on the
atmosphere, which is always a nominal sum such as 10 cents or for ^.j Uhour and .jiuf^ %- l *"1*'" And wllhtai lew
sign of pom combujrtioi. H is 25 ctmts lo some Oatjrtmenl n;il no^. ^,lng iarKCiy waswd. to ,nomh. "" announcemeni, an
reasonable to think that improved Dci>-.nmen< in Washington or ,*., product that flUs a basic 'xeemive-of the "me oil group
combu-iaon would result in mu. n Ottawa, i.nd iceeivlng in return nWd out which u bting importad '"recast that, if British and Bnl-
largcr mrplu* of bagasae In Ihe a pamphlet giving complete and al hjgh c*t. It would be a atap ""VDulch companies were to hold
inland ja a i information that must toward a better integrated econo- ,heir own in the world'* oil ioar-
havc cost many thousands of dol- my< which would U- an udmanUg* ko"1- ,n*y ** of soot or Mb, !* and much patient eHort to in itself, and it might even help "early another 1500,000,000 on a
from the ofebi. m" compile. It seems like a good bar- . prvide heller housing at lower new plant In the newt few years.
iln coat to the people who have the
altj realised. There may be come reason why -^oat urgent need, those who live
I have heurd that some -unr the idea of making building mate- , ,rnall chattel houses.
I and 'inls from Imgasv mixed with as- Whil we live o, an age f roaas " the need of a Utrtc enough
Puerto RTce < -Uo'.r baja ie to phalt or olher Ingredients would production, it is a mlsUke to ss- '''come to eoab-e such sums to
lir m ,d | ltl. u "iate- not be a commercially sound BUme as so many people do, lhat he founA That is why budcettxtg
rials and re civ. in exclumg* pioject in Barbados, or anywhere ,.n manufacturing must necessarily -even with many millions of
oil Of equivalent heat value, in the West Indies. It would be be on a large scale to be success- pounds available in the form of
T!lls i, g -Sod I " ft I miei.-sUng ti know if the possi- ful. Iiecauae that is very great "
I a mueh hillty has ever been Investigated fallacy. A small business
This, of course, will mean yet
more ploughing back of income
for the man-in-the-street
Tiingameana such meticulous
with i*a!.n]ng and weighing of 'prior-
cory fuel for u*e in by anyone with technical know- intrinsic merit and good manage- itiee' for large TniTustrfes as well
jagon "ill- .mu h.-uin -'' < ii-t .m i :in oi>en mind./Vfu-f ail, m iil i4souk] prosper, god 00 i-
fuiiher rfduti* l-" smoke nulsant'- It i iing done elsewhere, and petition is less to be feared than
irSorfohlecllon usually r.'-lsc*l .wihapa with asphalt that comes the restrictive practices ol gov-
t,, ati-BM'ioiis Ike this, is that f orr Trinidad. ernment* and labour unions IMt
SirS.dos is U .mall for any wch This partlcuUr proiect if feasL gfj such a feature of life in these
proleet to be commorrially prac- ble. would provide employment limes._________^
2of3ofthePik:ha'd.
(Dolphin Hraod. "
course)
1 top
t isblcp. buct nuiinif -----
2 ishktp mil* ^ ^ ^nd chop
SZSa.f"pSS a- C -
.MPOHTANT. ."-fl STnn' frT .r.
Wli8t?vcr kind
of fish you buy-----make
sure the brand is POIPHIN
Look for the Red and Black label when you buy t
(ape Pt.h. Ope Hah in Tomato; Pilchards in
\aiural Oil. PilchjrJ- m TomatOj Pitchardi in
(clly; Choice Magkcrtl; ChoKe
Mackerel in Tomato ; Mullet; I hofci
Snock ; Choice Snock in Tomato.
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EASTER HOLIDAYS
Our Customers nnd Friends urc asked to nole
ih.ii our Office. Stores Departincnl and Work-
shop will be closed on SATURDAY NEXT
(he 12th instant.
Arraniiements have been made for any
emergency work to be undertaken ut any time
during the Easier Holidays, and in case o(
necessity yon are nsked to 'Phone 2362 or 4410.
THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY LTD.
While Park K-.nl
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Merchandise: 4S28 .. "'"
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AIR VIEW OF TOWN CAUGHT IN TORNADO'S PATH
AMONO IHI TOWNS HAtDIJT MIT t>j lh. tornado Butt .wept Uiroilb St. ^theutern rtat- was JlonK
J5L he.e scores ot boir.ee Irtn demolished and U perMa ..re reported gh*TMl '^l^
C. U>a Mr, .van wiKiaie-ilrew. aeetion ol the little Arlnvnsa. at.. tlMarMlloMl JeaaWpnolo)
XOTMK
S TO N0TTFY OUR CUSTOMERS AND
Tin: teENl ILK THAT OUR ENTIKE
OARAGE, WITH THE i XCEfllON OK THE GAS-
OLENE :>: WHICH Wil.l. OPEN AS
USU/OintOM T.l! I'M WILL CLOSE
O.N Tl TIIL'KSDAY, I0TH. AND
WILL P.F.-OPEN ON TUESDAY, ISTI1. INSTANT.
IWI.1IM.Wt
ill.Vt.S
DIAMOND ENOACEMF.NT
And
DIAMOND WEDDING
RINT.S
Available Heparalrly
er In fteta
Your Jeweller. :
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Russians Could
Atom-Bomb
New York
GENEVA. March 1*.
Details or Russia's hush-hush
six-enginud bomber which could
itom-bomb New York is given
.ii Interavta. the Swiss technical
ivvicw which last month pub-
lished secret details of Britain's
Litest lighter.
Credit for the construction ni
Hu-Wii'b new bomber is given to
Iwo Russian engineers. Tupotev
and Gurevitch
"But.'' &s>s Interavia, 'our in-
forrnalion i-. that the engme>i ,
mainly responsible is Dt Baa.l'1 ,
formerly of the German Junkn !
Aircraft Works, who wn traiiv-
f-*rred to Russia after the war :
Technical details given Uy In-'
turavia said thai the new bomlx-i \
known as the Tug 75, which >t
already In production, is power..''
'> Itt M 0.18 turbine ^glne prr-!
jx'llers giving a tpeed of 5-0
m.p.h. The Uke-orf when full\
loaded im helped by 30 rocket*
its (light range is estimated U
lU.OOfl miles.
The bomber has a swept winp j
ilenixn. v-ith swept tail unit and
m stabiliser is high and clear <
of ihe wind wake Its overall ,
length is said to be 51 metres.
W1'n W'K span of tiK metres I
The Tug 75 carries a crew of 2?
L.E.S.
DOLPHIN
BRAND
CANNED FI*M >AO0UCTS
NEW SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED
lit nil It I [llli.M LIMITED Assents
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CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS OF THE C. A.
I!t< ATHWAITi: s PROVISION STORE AND
r.lBBS' GROCERY ARE NOTIFIED THAT
THESE BUSINESSES ARE NOW LOCATED
AT NO. 23. ROEBUCK ST. (OPPOSITE SPRY
ST CORNER) UNDER MY NAME.
IN OUR NEW AND MORE COMMODIOUS
QUARTERS MY STAFF AND MYSELF
SHALL BE BETTER ABLE TO GIVE THE
USUAL INTERESTED SERVICE

If. S. S VIVSIM 111
Wholesale Provision & Grocery Dealer
'Phone 31IS. No. 23 Roebuck Street.
10.4.52.2n.
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HICHCRADE
SUITINGS
to choose from
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CUTTING
AND
TAILORING
WILL TRANSFORM YOUR
CHOICE INTO
a suit or
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i I sunnus nEASB XHVK
Th.t we will he OPENING ON SATTRDAY 12TII
ul 9 u.iu. nnd CLOSING .1 1 p.m.
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE VIXF.
THET &AMBOLS
Zabara Is
Smyth 's Hope
In Classic
By JME r\HK
Victor Smyth has never train,
ed the ariaaar of li i la
That umliaton may be rectified
In ttie 1.000 Guinea* this year
with Zabara. The (Illy ii a domi-
nating favourite In the ante-post
nUtlng, a position to which she
:< enlitlej on three
reckonings.
When I called to see her this
week she was taken out of h.-r CiiTUIIWl' Rllllllk
box and paraded lor my in.uec- "' I IHhr.T. IH.iHI>
t'on. There is every reas n to lnn -- irn n*-^*r.f
suppose she has made at least ARE (PUT, BOYS
normal progress between the
ages of two and three. Olympic
. Coiim this summer
She may not have grown lo anv ,r,. ,,, ,...... , slmu|c 0fU.,.
I material extent, but has filled out ai1( dagfltta all the pious hope-.
...id developed on the right lines, that have been expiesssM about
L^abara is one of the compact type, them
Now that she has filled out aba w,. have Just rc.-ivcj some of
lost the .-atlta plain appe ir- la,
of her two-year-old nays ing the arrival of overseas rom-
nd shows Mhgt more quality. p|tors and, really, it would ap- f
. Zabara ha, a bold and intelll. jmVreon"o> w Si "" ""
[ gent head and reveals no frill-
British Golf
Season Opens
April 16
Easter Games
Will Decide
By OKNNIS HART
Greeks Strip
\\ ar Hero
ATHENS. April 10
> Ml Said it
Will !>>!:
Sin* d le i rid m >i ha] a:. ^
rr Papagos. Regard*!
R
and crrdihM with the IM
over Communist g\..nllus. Pupa-
KOM was promoted from General li>
Rnt Fit-Id Mjr>hjl two
year* ago.
int im n miner men t
aid the privileges which WVdd
rrom Papngi^
his tatu as h lift -ii-
nnj leader Ud tha dismissal of
his staff and the sale of hu pn-
\..te ear nuuntaiincd on Cnvi-in
mrnt funds.
Many political quarters express-
ed vii mm oppraJUon t>
ernment's action. Authoritative
circles viewed th,. G\ i
.( political attempt t.
humhle P.ipago* for par
hi th,. ikv.i Omrtl LB*
quitting his non-pollUeal military
I P
B>
(llAKLKS STErilEN
LONDON. April 1
'..'cotman. British match-
play champion, who has recent-
toured Eart Africa and Ma-
laya and is at present in Aus-
. have to train., will open the 1952 British
or tantrum* Her nl.irirl tern- *^? invasion, tournament season when see fir through Tl*'V JK?*!S mmy take in pf? ln ,n* " "* * '
is camnaiBn without '"*. duty vartous *ms '' Moor Park, Hertfordshire on
lhoul t^uipment and suppliea; but April 16.
there i, notable exception.
perament
ind with it ihe most testing football
programme of the IVMon. Men to tvi'ii than Christmas.
r'ur promotion and relegation struggles are nuw reaching
tha Liiniux. Often a succeselul taster has Ivlrtually
gained a club promotion or banished relegation fears.
Last oeaaon, lor example alter the holiday games.
heading the lour English Leagues were Tottenham, Prm>
ton, Notts Forest and Kotruitiam. Without exception all
wan $tiU ;! the top at the end of the season.
V m^ ,m,rtan, I. th* *"" " no,J,ble exception. H the crowded fixture Ital ol li .inpden mme, do not look like
fact Sat shcloJSTacmflrKl wil! J1"? *! '"i1 ** <'nUU*d *? ^ >'e,l^ ^c ""T1 "H at" lh" ] "- ,"lir ',', K*li in their
battle ?J Xl?w n,kC f "r,5,nk' "* and Jracted a record number of en- Mde- s^l-no, ,. whuh eon-
CUss 1 poisonous druRs which tries. Allojether 173 eompetitors Irc appears to place a restrtelion on drawn from Australia. South .,,,. ,_ ,,iavers lev ,. UmS >n,t th.. ,...
*i&a$X?SSri?VA ^3* ggft^qgOS .^'"T It oVin^worri-s to managers ^hir;" wHh'lsu^nWy '"^
A, miht be expected from one "A ^1-^^^^^ SSllgln, "JoundS " '" & "-' S^, l "h "'vision I.
of her deportment in the stable. HHslnkl aulhortUw S eJm The S^ond Ui.isk-n piomlses
Zabara is an easy ride nnd rurthai W< tp I are also sub- Florj' Van Dnnck of Belgium nw lo,",'',, pl->er mjur.M i(.(ll iHdMay t.rc. No
amenable lo the jockeys hand- jcet lo regulations.., "If weap- will be defending the tourna- l*ood, *uay lo have him III for fewer than four of the pn
hng. ons. muiUUOna, etc, of compel- ni.nt title he won last year. One lh* <"'' : mts meet in immv and away
Not only was Zabara rated the ing team are brought into ie of his strongest challeti^.is will l",s*1 "re Jus* 1* ' l,u'lr P >">- game-.. They are Binmngh-in-
best of her age and sex. but ulso coutnry.. -uch weapons, remain- be Norman Von Nida. the Aus- ___Cardiff, Bro.it ford-Sheffield Wrd-
supenor to all the colts, with the mg .irinmimlion. etc. jnust be tralian. wiho has shown great Matthews ill Hospital Baaday, Hotta. roircit-Leeds, and
exception ol Windy City. '< takan out of the country in the form In his home country recent- in .,, games Rotherham-Leicester.
some way ..." ly where he beat Wretman. Dal irlUi Ai i ... Ihail Both promotion and relegation
hat sort of a way is Bees and British Open Cham* trouble! in... wui ba without snuggles are so nerce In this
right wing maestro Stanley Mat- Division, that the positions can
Utaws, Ha i> in hoapctal racaiv- \ui\e changtll ompleiely at the
///" TO 1 MUNCSSS
Universal International Press '
Agents In LetttdOB told TstU CU1
mtan ha
im I'l ii" < Hi;..I.. U) ind I'linee
Philip, but he forg gasped "Hi".
B r r
Murra\is
M/LK STOUT-
MANNING 8. CO., LTD.
AGENTS.
Easy Kisre
(. | i
llpulative
JT Injured
ant iui hi-
Her on defeat was at York. Now
whert. she failed by hnlf a that to treat an honest brigand pion M,
length to cope with Constantia from Britain who only wants to ,- ...
over five furlongs. There is no j.;iVe a little innocent fun with, 1n' oI ,lhe mfft ^olouiful
doubt in my mind that Zabara n couple of guided missiles and tr'cs ls J"n Bapttste Ado
would have prevaile.1 had there m..ybe, two or three hand gren- '"w. Ado. as much a sho .
been another furlong to travel, ades? man as a golfer, plays the game *" " f wind... a* the *a>-
iv. and not according to in* Koes. Hu ,ilM-iict. m,i> enauu
Zabara will have her first race Whoa. There ... "ny >***. A bl man well over Araen..! to creep up
over -seven furlongs at Kempton's They are even being big SDQtl- lx teet m hlfl tocking feet. Ado -Maiitneitcr UnJiad. It should also
Easter meeting and that will tell gporta alxxit Km horses for the usc* nW build to full advant.ige aUM Arsenal left back Lionel eoatTtUt In centTO-forward styles.
us all we want to know. I am not equestrian event's. They have to m maItm'4 powerful swings which Smitti in gettll i Wednesday have Derek Dooley.
in the least doubtful about the be fi eata ,nd hive drive the ball prodigious dis- the holiday. For Lionel mors the prolific scoring giant of the
outcome and she should prove a u bo pledged to be taken out uf
worthy favourite for the 1 000 the country at the end of th
of the holiday period.
The Brentford Shefflc,,! Wed-
nesday game, In-slcle having an
LinpOKent bearing on who will go
. m tha Kn h Divl i"-'. "ill pro-
r*lde the fans with an (A(MfesUIUJ
Guinea*.
She
herself
she is
work.
Games, the ImnmialOll being that In ,he 'M'n Championi.hip ai
British hunters may be good Portrush last year, he out-drove
enough (o, the Grand National a" xhc 0,her eompetitors. but
touch on the
The greal favourite la the
stable Is National Spirit. This
grand old horse x to have one '
more try for the CtuunptOD
Hurdle at Cbsltanlia
Tuesday, and. while few expect
him to beat Sir Ken, the Ir.nnei
is not despondent.

golf needs new blood.
vill be fit enough to ii*
'f rcaedvblo Io'.ntoTterona 6^"55. Kt"enough~for "Ffniami* could not find hi. touch o
r reaay to go into strong Be lnat M (t ^^^ gj^n,, and taWrd to ouaUf)
ere othe: uutfUUna factors. We Thf* Silver King will consist of
shall not be able to ta|H In IDOTa ,v" iulifying rounds, one on
than a quart of strong liquor the High Course and one
forgive ,t thi:
ture what is strong liquor___
',', daysor more than twice that ,h,,n I,,i,v ,wo further rouiut
quantity of light liquor. the High Course.
We idicved to
know that OT shall be allowed to
take our Meyele, yacht. motor-
National Spirit docs not like h08** nn'' or I',1"""- although iO
heavy ground and it may be he lw ",,'." to be so much fu
will find
first lime. ..
the weather the Cheltenham *''.. Just
course will ride more llrm than u,Prp- -
for many years.
Mirdiimi Ready -------------------------
On a point of jumping none can These details resolved, it only ^- I r r. c
give points to National Spirit and, leu.an to in- said that every- CjOflZaieS 10 UttVC rcrrari
as between linn and Sn Ken. the thing seems to be going OK fatPJ ,
Issue will probably lie decided up well at Helsinki, latest advices In RtCnmond Trophy
the la-;t bit ol hill climbing from |i"' lh;*: tiie gran the final flight. saw in process of erection when LONDON. April 10.
ii- over then for the F.A. Frollan Gonzales the ace Ar-
Approval Doubt Soccer tour a couple of years gentlne racing motorist will
back Is ready for occupation drive G. A. Vandcrvcll^ FerroH
All I c;in sav is that the old bv lht' ca|Micity crowds they are thin wall special nt Goodwood, in
horse will be fit lo run for his assured will be there. ihe Richmond Trophy for for-
hfe. If present conditions con- They have installed an Ilium- mula 1 cars on Monday. The II
tmue Approval will not accom- "ated score-board on the best lap event is the highlight of the
panv National Spirit to the Alfsstfillan iricket-ground lines, first International MeeUng of
posi". sad tee believe, having read re- Britain'! it52 Motor Racing Sea-
, itxmt the British son. The Argentinian Is also ex-
Only if there should be a athletic cftaUattfli they have one pected to drive the Frrrart In
change in ihe going will Approval or two Union Jacks on hand as ano*acr of the eight races. Con-
take his chance. He Is still im- well as a good working score of sales' compatriot Juan Manuel
proving and in dua con' she Queen." Fangio. who will be driving the
a challenger for premier imidlinu Our Own feeUni is that they British HUM this season. will,
honours. will Bead both from time to lime, watch the racing.
1 fc.S. LX.8. V.P.
than any other member of the size twelve boots, as their leader.
Arsenal side has good cause to Brentford have i-mily-signed
innemlie: ,'. foe > I..Atoii, many times cap-
year's match al Highbury. ped for England, and rated by
were leading loan* ,,s eauatiyg beat evi
3I at half time, and appeared The critics of Dooley, and there
Then the lire many, maim- thai
w taard began casting hi* magic clumsy, and has llltle foolball
. n:.Kiel skill. His answer is goals, goals,
.v... crnii, ula liny feet, and more goal'. He i* Ihe league
.i. w to n v Wv)ho' iS N" "" top -sorer "and htl b.oke,, the
P- Bhefftald Indlrtdual scoring reeai I
Matthew^ would almost Casual- destiite not having played in the
ly lake the bail up U) a wall of opening weeks. II is Interesting
All who qualify will receive i V i. i. a ..- and With to note that hla goals have earned
prize money, from C300 for the a htlle jig of In* twinkling feet Wednesday twenty live points.
first, to 10 each for ihe final would leave throe esasperetad Naturally this does not nmn that
twenty-five. |ilsyes presliate < Ute groand wiUiout hmi his ihit. wuM have
There are also special petrel He all Iml Won Ihe match on Jus beun those many puinls less, but
Ten minutes from time I be fael provides interesting food
._knool wire leading 4 3 and Inr thoughL
sign at a time when British ArM.nu| wrr,. ,)lJy MVI- by ln ihe Third Division South,
Plymouth, with two home games.
To maint.iln their challenga for have a chance to nmsollriste their
Plrst I'n: .1 Their nearest rlvall Bl
Will need every |int UW} can lOO and BaedJttC who have Imlh
get over BevtOf. For leaders Man- slipped recently, have lo travel on
rilted, with their Inter- twa of the days, and one of
national left wing Pearson and (Brighton's visits, on Saturday, is
H Home Park, to play Ply.....nlli
PoOoa btal] llyrni l.\ example and you, too,
I. M ill'' htm Man \..ii iiilnure. The fragrant,
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inli.uiie and beaut] o| mil eampltekM, and leave vour skin
-l.it ami -mi-.ili >iiii|(K wash in warm water with llie ,(ft
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tha undaraignad Simah Idalla Oairawa>.
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ball prn-aed lo dUUIbule iho alaaU of
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C.aielle of Thursday I Oth April. 1952.
2. Under this Order the maximum whoierale and
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SIS.24 per case of
48 x 15| os. tins or
.4 00 per do*. Una .. 42c.
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48 x 1 lb. tins or
$3.01 per doz. tins ..27c.
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48 i 1 ol tins or
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W A0GOO, Sisom^hip Co-
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ib.4.52 In
Creation of a Poat of Executive Oltker to
Secondary Inriuatricw Boanl
NEW YORK NERVICE
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ll.l day of April Itftl at 11 o'clock.
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on
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1952
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in old ->f
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AdmUsli.ii to Fair :
Adultn 1/. Ml ( hlldrrn 6d.
2 Hi. .. lr. to be drauit tor
TkkeU now on aaJe
1/- each
Door PrUr Glvrn.
KcUIn Ticket
HOUSES
Government Notice
WAGES BOARD FOR SIIOF ASSISTANTS IN BRIDGETOWN
The Government of Antigua is considering the creation of a posl
of Executive Officer to o Secondary Industries Hoard which Is shortly
to be established The riulit s of the Executive Officer will include
supervision of n Cotton Ginnery, a cornmeal factory, an arrowroot
mill and a cannery. In addition the Officer will be required to advise
the Board on the technical aspect* of any further secondary industries
which may !* Introduced In the Presidency.
These industries will be on a small scale and it is not expected
that the Executive Officer should be an expert in all of them. He
should be a practical man with a knowledge of electricity and machin-
ery, with ability to control and tram staff, and with sufficient know-
i'-dge of simple accounting to be able to take managerial charge in
jie initial stages of any industry which may be established. He should
be willing to turn his hand to anything and to have n pioneering
spirit
The appointment would be for three years, with provision for
hik months leave nt the end or that period. It would not be pension-
able. It would carry a salary of not more than 900 per annm, and
a transport allowance.
It Is gattdpRlvd "nnt the post vlU be created by the middle of
:i52; and, if i is finally decided :o make this appointment, the selected
candidate will be required to assume duty In July. 1952..
In the meantime, persons desirous of being considered for the
post (If created) are Invited to submit applications to the Administra-
tor of Antigua stitlng age. education, and a full record of past experi-
ence and present employment Testimonials need not be forwarded
at this stage
Administrator's Office.
St John's.
Antigua II.4.25*o.
'ALCOA PILGRIM"
VICOA PIONEER-
ALCOA I'AHTVEB
March 14-
Man h 3Sth
April 11th
Match 14ih
April 7Ui
Apnl 33rd
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leta hava limitad
r Barbataa
April Kb ror St. I
Ports
April nrd For Bt John. NB and B<
Lawtrnr* Rival Port
n accommodaUon.
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> ANADIAH CKU1SER
I ANAD1AN CONSTIU'CTUtl.
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| ANADtAN CIIAlXgNagJt .
lAIWIgglJSON......
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II Mi)
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3 Juna
II Juna
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SI Jul'
iiv-brance
In accordance with the provisions of Sub-section 3 of Section 12
of the Wages Board Act, 1043 (1943-25), His Excellent.> the Governor-
in-Executive Committee has approved of the subjoined Decisions of
the Wages Board established under the Wages Board (Bridgetown
Shop Assistants) Order, 1950.
In accordance with Sub-section 4 of section 12 of the same Act
it li hereby notinad that these Decisions shall come into force from the
week 27th April, to 3rd May. 1952.
DECISIONS
ll COURT lit-'EST ItOUBX
I doubla rooms vacant Sprlna
fin s.jtr Suil imipI- or two
Ctb Tr-n.-
I'Mmp tag*.
M i "TTAOE oi SI. Ja Coaal.
AU ajhl
Own
onr R >nablr lUblr
I..
14 3 M t 1 ii
"Al UINQ ,,| i,,rNHN . Slroaf. opposila Mar-
n CoDua lift and coM luncnaa
.-o App:. i>rrao>i Taiapttotit
I IM U b
I'AHAWAY St l-hllip coaal, 3 bod.
1 i l.H.d UajhUag Plant
r.il.la <; I'urt. I*.
, smpj 11.,... May l.t Phom
10 4 M-Iln
LAT .
Wage- Boards Act, 1943
and
Wages Boards ReiuUlaona, 1944
DECISIONS made under Sections M. 11 and 12 of the Wages Board
Act. 1943 (194325) by the W.iges Board established under the
Wages Boards (Bridgetown Shop Assistants) Order, 1950.
llAJtrtADOfl. ( ( |
in tre corn Ol I MAMIII
IN PURSUANCE of lha Chancery Act. Ittt, I do hsrrtoy give not
paraona having or rlalmlng any palate, nghl n> Inlcnrat or any lien or in*
|'i pt altecllng IM proporly hereinafter manllonnl itha proparly of the aMesM-
ei Ui to bring before ma an account of Ihrlr rlsuns wiUi Ihelr witnesses.
(i-.im.nl. and %-ouchari to bo axamlnad by mat on any Tna-da- or rrlday
I. *e* ma hours of II noun and 3 o'clock In the nflrmoon al Ilia Hrii'trMm,.
OnVe. PiAhr Buildings. Bridgetown before Ihe llth day of June ItM In
' -.a-h i-Laima ntay be reported <. and ranked according to the nature
and priority thereof rrsprrUvrly. oUierwiv oich peraon* will be precluded from
the benefits of nnv decrnr and be deprived t-f nil claims on or against the said
property
"7.^NTbVTS T.A1-SV ItriUJEHT MIHIIIV ..ml JAMES GRANT ATKPNH
1 ..i-iiiig executor* ol the will ol Eyarc
Murphy, dee'd
nrrrNDAVTs ontJ-irENT waithe and AL'iuajA oamke both of
New York, L* S A acting herein by D'Arcy Augustua Sroit
lhli ... ll. II tut i-d Attome. cm record In thl. I.land
I'lKir-EHTY Ala, THAT CERTAaN piece or parcel of land .Unala ot Eagle
Road In Ihe Pnnrh l Saint Michael and laland nfoi
li..i.g by ..dn.e...t.nn. .i.l Nln* .infl thea-nfth. parchaa nr
i>vir>bniit* AbmUna: .umI hounding on iwo .Idea on lands of
AlberUia Payne an land* now or late^of one Mrs. Tnonoia aiul
.in Fagii- Hall Road afoie..ii.l of boweier else Ilia unir la abultlnK
...Ml bounding Togeghrr v Hit the mnsusge nr rfwo-lllnghoiur
iheroon (allad Eva re Village ..nd oil and .ingular other the
building, .'"d ere-tlon. <>n me uid parcel of l.i.d rracied and
H.llt Handing and bating
Mi ss ssas-ch MM
I April If"
Wages Board (Bridgetown Shop Assistants) (Amendment)
Decisions, 1952
SOITIIOIMI AiiH-. Sails Arrla.. Arrlir. Arrl.a. Arrt...
B'dea 'dee Boelee II. Jsba SUHfaa K...II .
t Ma. t Ma> Ma
IADY NELftON It V.s 11 M May ai %. T mt%
CSM, CRUISE* M May CANADfAM > May 1 June u IS
cutfriiiLk-ruK a ju-. 11 June ii j n fax.
I ADY BOtSBBBT .. is Jur, A.VAOIAN 11 Jun.- 1 Juna B> Juno, 1 Ju'.
CHi 11 BBtOftm .. 23 Jung (ADY NaEJBOtf .. e July a j..... a July 11 July July a Juim IS Jul.M 11 J Ju.
It JuU a Mn m Ju"| 1 Aua
i ANADIAN f
SnRr. "^ ja July t Aug It Aug a Aug >is 14 Aug Aug
frar funnar parUculara. OPlT !
GARDINER AUSTIN 6 CO.. LTD. Agents.
HARRISON LINE
MOUSE r.i II > lurnl-hed
on Ses Available April
3609 We Invite mapectloi.
II 4 9
I"
era Hill. drawing
I nrdrocta with run-
ill asffaMg Including
ill Iroea. phone Mr*
g 3 SSt f.n
MODERN ri'ltNWItET* rLAT wrlh
-liver and Uncn Good Sea-bathing
ft Linn.-- pan nj|grt. Apply to Almi
aahle. No g Coral -
These Decisions may be cited Ba the Wages Board (Bridgetown
Shop AaaisUnU) (Amendmenli Decisions, 1952, and shall be
construed as one with the Wages Board (Bridgetown Shop
Assistants) Decisions. 1950 (hei | nafter referred to as the Principal
Decisions).
Minimum Time Kates
Paragraphs 3 and 4 of the Prin. i >ai Decisions are hereby repealed
and the following new paragr. piis substituted therefor;
"3. The minimum weekly rates of wages for shop assistants
In Bridgetown shall b<
Shop Aisistanf Minlmutn Rale Per Week
Male or female under 16
years of age ...... $ 5.00
Female, If years ano over 00
Male. 16 yean and over...... 10 00
4 When r shop assistant is nor employed on a weekly basis,
.. the minimum daily r.vc' of wafts, shall be:
''ear. Trouble
' -tilled by High
Blood Pressure
Shop Atgigtarir
i S55
FARM
AUCTION
LIVE & DEADSTOCK
at
CLARENDON DAIRY
Black Kork. Si Mirhml
Saturday. 19th April.
al 2.00 p.m.
We are instructed bv III
L. N. Hutchm
Auction his agjlffted herd
of twenty-live Tubta
TkStcd LRasa7 I iw, al:
ll.-if.-. 11 h.p.
Brdlord Van nil!. Mou.l
Milk lu.itle*. Stall- liuck-
''ii'' i aaa .....t. i btsl
laghgal, iiahtlng l>|anl.
DBajftll Oagfggg thrr-
C, >
' as. nil
19 4 M4 f.B
VIEW l-Urnlabad ISO aldi
ley 3 bedrooma ai.f
from 13th May Dta
11 t SB-3.
.' BatH |"^_i*ag
MDR v..
tho Bea. Hasting*.
< lurthei parllciil.ra
a 11 .."
Minimum /fad- per duo
Par! Torre/
$ 0.96
1.44
2.16
"' I. Everybody
UVUDSIDE AUCTION
MART
Twreaalde Road
I an .| ply you with
lliiiinc Table*. Phillips
Radios 1 Barner Ol) Stoves.
Galvmnlie Backets, Glass
( Wood Stoves and
UU of other Itema.
IHal 493?
10 4 522n.
Male or femnle under 16
years of age
Female, 16 yean and over
Male. 16 yean and over
I Overtime
Paragraph 8 of the Principal Decisions is hereby repealed and UsB
following new paragraph substituted therefor:
"B The minimum rates f->r overtime work shall be:
Shop Assistant Minimum Role per hour
or Part Thereo/
Male or female under 16
yean of age ..... I" cents
Female. If years and t /er 17
Male. 16 years and ovi 40 ..
Where payment is mi a weekl* basis, the shop assistant shall W
enUtled to this enhanced hourly ra e in respect of each hour or part
thereof worked in ftjaESM Of the ftil number of hours constituting th<
normal working week.
Made this 29th day of February 1952.
NICHOLAS JACK.
l.i "hit Commissioner (Ag )
Chairman.
Wages Board for Shop Assistants in Bridgetown
Approved bj the Oovernor-ln-Fxecutive Committee this 27th d;i
of March. 1952
I By Coj mand.
j c KING.
Clerk, Fxcmlivr Committee.
9.4.522
eta. Pat!
Equipment.
. Raj MiOr
| of sale.
Dairy
auctioni;krs
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Phone 4649
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ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS
SlIKs it KIOS. ARTS
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IOTER1AS V \HIIsm \^
I (IRIOMIIMUS UtAIDOs
DE It IMll \ I IIINA e
I.JIPTO
THANI'S
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NEW TIMES! NEW FASHIONS! NEW SHIRTS!
RELIANCE
THE SflliiJ ttllttflttttS LOVES


t'KIDAV. APRIL II. 152
UAHIIAlHiN ADVOCATE
rv ii.imn
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
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11k- popularity of John While shoe, is built on
\ M 1 I. s -HI m DrPtM>ABIIITV Cnnfnrf
and sole'.' Yet, crrlainh (far* arc as e*v.
liltinc and smart hmLint* as \ou could with. Bui
lUir oufilaiklini: \ *J ( K rt nhai ntt-n expect and
alnatt iM In M lhr> inti-.- on short made b
John White. Nee ih-n* lot tourtvlt in leading
slorcs lhjuut>huiM Barbados.
JOHN WHITE
means made just right J
JUST IIF( FIVF.li
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Hlkrd 11 m and lUcon
I.*., and Small Tina Vleun,*
I'Wfs. Goddiid I'liiur Pow-
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Tina lletna Vegetable Salad
1'kf. Bridal lelng Suaar
I ins I.. I.lllir
Tin* A*UL Swrrl Btaruit*
Tina Pineapple (hunks
Tina strawberrle*
Alao:
TIN HAMS
spril.il price lu shopkeepert
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IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only
Your VASTER u HIPPY 00.XE "
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lib. Bag** ......... MS
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Limited itin'iii"- WILSONt I'll Ml
HAMS Appro*. 7 lb*, each 1.23
limited Quantities IMPERIAL I.Hi
HAMS ....... l.M
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Orparta SL Vlneenl . B.IK* u.n
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li. part" llal.iilr^ 10 3d |J
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Departa TrtnMad .. 11.10 a.n
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for thla book, tin* viclnh nf Hip
trh Mi it.iiikin ot luu i>ecn
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m i. logcUuT itnv bava uxo-
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meril.
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and i.i"ii!h-.M'.i'k n- lull.
.mUi. bul .|uit.- |/inp-M
'uikes nu attempt to ile^l
with advanced moves lh*
'- uccumplislu'd by an ***'
i'i' There are alao Inter**".
. t iptan "ii Rlnc, Bmci imb and
Itathoda ol Practie* and finally.
!? Walrh HoKlnK. In thi*
lupter Hie spectator la lolrt
how tit watch boxttM underatnnd-
inly. while the young boxer K
howrt how to profit by watch in*
food U)xmr* In action.
A: uiual In thu lerie* of hooka
tlie toxt la railuced in a minimum
nnd. wherever poaalbai
i > itttmniBrd by photo-
Rrapbji, Theae wet.-
0 by Mr Kirkp:.fri i xcellent The .i.Ii.pi hota ara
. r l-i lldly they have
'one their work. AI-o. In .i
aturr rlnjf. two life-like DUl
pro- oe ;r.thinK D*W IP pi
BTlui.ir matruetion The pr-aviotm CanforJ produ.
tioeia have be->n tnoit lucceaaful
-nd thia attractive ;>nd Irupn
lxok i.......Idltlen to the
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ADVOCATE STATIONERY
BROAD ST.


r \(ii: TWELVE
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
IKWAY. APRIL II. 1*52
Evert on Defeat
Collegians 30
1 VKKTON brat Harriaon College Ihroe goals to nil. in
a First Division Football Match at Kensington Oval yester-
The first half of the i>une, in which no
scorpdi wai characterised by weak kicking by

--------------------...... Everton defended the Pavilion
-_ foal; Harrison College touched off
i our r fMHU'il *"%<,vunt back and '9rth wUh
Problems
III ISIXKI 1*1(1 I* XIII s
"> corns
r; > : Two wpWin i-eeentiy
i esjo tin' live minute*
Mbna beca'

U ,i l..i:* to score but the
order* the kick lO
since lbs goal-lmpar
btfoti M kick WM

cither tide havlnd tiin>*da
the Ant few minalas. TUfc. Col-
lege ttot on the offensive Morris
Mil from the right wing
to the left wing, Medford kicked
the ball to Tudor who rrmkiikeei
Just outside the penalty area.
Several lime* Harrison College
came near l<> coring bul cither
the backs or the goalkeeper avert-
ed any threat. At one time Squires
oitt it was xouk a powerful shot but it struck
Ic but one o* the a player and rebounded
led upon his five Tudor wasted several oppor-
1' .....*n*d tunilie* by senseless dribbling
to be f rtld at le.-iKt i'ul|>ei.per took two powerless
four i ted in shots one of which Smith pushed
'. t is the rullnfon around the upright. Nothing re-
sulted from the corner kick.
The law says that play- *"*' hlf time the teams seem-
[hi to live minutes yd to realize that the ball was not
rid the referee mutt grant "raHc nnd kicked with more
power.
Morris centred a beautiful shot
hui nom or the College forwards
there, and Everton'* backs
had ample time to clear
ll.-i.ynes for K vert on started what
.should have been several good
movements but his teammates did
or.: help him.
The first goal ciune when Haynes
I lalnly the captain passed the ball to Holder who ran
ithar player totSia ,M*K""i1 * the aoaJkeeper
be slat to '" h.urd .arounder.
do so ral player
IglU of l-enig mcom pe-
rl of penalty-kick- Then Trotman sUred the ball
past Smith who chased it but could
x u ihon> mii owniiv for not overtake it before it struck the
ft-flarataVBffSh,
""' i, ]ss from Haynes and raced
6 by toam'g^mft. The ball struck Smith
but Holder regained control before
int. hacks could interfere and
leorsjd into the open goal.
The game ended soon after
The teams were'
trerttm: Reece, Hall, Weekes.
Daniel, Simpson, Roach, Holder.
On the iitker hand I sufpect Haynes, Olton. Culpepper (Capt)..
u -,. the spht tacfcla sealy.
in width caW an indirect free- Harrison College: C Smith.
Id b< Warwd. mons, Mr. Williams, G. Squires,
No. 4. A right winger centre* the Morris. OrifAth. P. Tudor, F.
runs over toucbUlM Squires. Medford.
Win!.- he ll mi-, 'lie Kuichline
1 nil-bark fouls him. Can
anytUng i*. dona to Um full-
back.
Answer. The referee should al-
low pay to go on if their mu
I cool Iwiiij*
i Ise ho would be
penalising the wrong side. On
the other hand if thi
chance of goal being scored
he should rb p play, caution the
uffendliu full-back and drop the
ball wheie it was when play
... pad.
with ;
Sealy tried some shots at Smith,
the College tustodian but he was
M.ial to each test.
DANCE
at
THE BARBADOS
AQL'ATIC PUI
on
SATtRDAV. APRIL lfl'll
.M P.M.
For Local and VMUac
Members

'No Admission Charge lo
Ballroom)
GRAND DANCE
I llhl'lill -III K tllMM
OTTON HOUSE SOCIAL CLUB
Ctiurrh VHUir S* Phulp
HbRROU NIT* liTH A mil.
WJ
M.MI--I..S J.
*f by Mr Bwry fiwm.11'1
Orchestra
r --U4 I'lr.- Imllf f%1
sssakts
11 4 sa-ln
Taffeta Plaids
Some really smart materials at
a bargain price, per yd of yL/c'
MOROCAIN CREPE
In blue, green, grey rose, pink, gold, beige.
red and brown 36' wide. Yard yOc-
I nsOiiiicrs \11lr
TO-MORROW. Satur-
day, IJth April. e will
be OPEN to business
from H a.m. to 4 p.m.
closing for luncheon be-
tween 12 noon and I p.m.
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
WHAT la 'lnt< imhrfal example of ultra -modern arcalltMara that
towers Into the sky? The answer, bolieve It or not. is an observation
.tower wliii-H ha* mil been ere ted, si 1 wMeh >* lo *< las realte ptaee.
of the east Olympic Stadium now being prepared in Helsinki, Finland,
for the forthcomlnic 19T.2 Olympic Oames. A lift inside tli* tower
takes the oniookera to various heights in order to watch the many
events.
km players.
'.>slrane.
pmnk to me and I suppose
imluln m Asm
antic- will soon stop if Roaaabodlj
iteps upon them Inilead of
'Seniors) which Bowen again
won, this In 28.4 seconds to clip
ihe previous 29.8 seconds.
Following are the results :
I. I.ONO .M Ml- i>.l.n-IM4' rSB.1
nrtoid ll ll In*
Ul I, Clark*; >nd S Pi.mo. Srd C
lloMo ni.'anw ISfl tin. Record
-'. LONG Jl'Rtr ilaUmeS.ale10-1*
lit V Archer. Irni B Jack. 3rd S
Dta
I ft. S I
Wesley Hall
Boys Set Up
Four Records
IIK.ll III
Record 411 < BU
>1 S. nrtf. Iml K Walnuti. 3rd
in/ llncM t 4 Ik I Int.
-. THHOWINt. ralrKKT BALI.
I ! I Record B1 Yd> 1 ft
t J Cut**- and S Brlaci: Srd I
Yen. Diitanc*: a. ydt 1 ft 4 it
TliaOWrNG CRICKBT MALL
lnlHmrdMlt) -ItMord r SI yd*. 1 ft
I Walton; 3nd K Hall: Srd Bvbri
i .ir-f* : -B ydt. 1 ft
Four
records toppled al Com-
bermi're yesterday when th'.'
Wcslvy Hall Boys held the'r
sports there. The 22 events pro-
No. 5. Suppose the ilefcndlnft videxl many .ihrllls and the one
team hi awarded direct rree- whieh was perhaps most so was
, ,,, penalty * Juntora' high jump which 9-
Ihc full-bat-k passes the >cai-ild n. Fcrgusson won when
UM- ..".il-kcepcr but ne )'"PPd 4 feet, 2 Inches to
the latter ilirt not collect It and Dl**k > previous record of S
UM net. Should fl'?K '* 'nche?' L .
, ,.,l t ,,,i. t thampion of the Senior Divi-
sion was S. RHggs who Is a good
Answer. A uual should QOt lie nl"h Jumper and a fair all
-kick Uw round athlete. K. Holder and V.
13 states; Fi.-e-kicks- -hall Ari,lr "* as Intermediate
'i in
Ird Cn
hampions while H Best was the
J Llniof champion.
There was keen nvalry be-
ween (he Houses. Parkinson
\. ' Hii.l ilh '\-\ and
Cnrver brought up the re.ir with
- hium nr tiaalsrs
\*< B r*nunn; Ind Hind*: Jrd Boyi*
Wjllon llrlgbl 4 a 1 in* -It... :.
U. ee VASDH UnUr-iaeUUI
Ut K Holder: i.-l H. Jack:: 3rd W
Clemrni Tiin* 10 1/10 ***
IS SS YIROi U inlor-. HeCOTd I 11 VO
ll R. ttot: Snd S William*; Jrd K
lrW Tim I 11 1/10 UTt
II. IU V*ll>* (IaUradUit.l
Record It S mci.
l-t K Holder: Ind W. Clement: 3rd
F Mcniiilrhiiri. Time lSe-10 arc*
U IV TAMDK Uaalotti
I'd under two heads-
Directfrom which a |
Um < iFPKhTD-
1NG SI HE In this enso the <*oal
offi-iuling aldo.
U j -
[i.-i and s
117
HI-.'
ib own team mates while
they arc Imth standing m ilu-ir
own penalty area. Can ,1 (rciialtv
be awarded* If not what should .,
be
Answer. The referee should send
(Hhi
Sanioi
records broken were ihe
100 v,i,i which llowen
11 9'10 seconds to beat
vlous record of 12.4
seconds; the Intermediate high
which was won by V.
hf i.lTt-.icl.-, lla,l recommence Archer who lumped 4 led 2 lot.
the name with ,11 mdlred free- t |i ihe provlous S leel 11|
and the 220
SPORTS QUIZ
The Barbados Advocate will he have to leave the
award a book on sport to tho water''
first per-oii who sends the cor- NOTE. All entries for
reef answers to the three fol- "Sports Quit" absuld be ad-
lowing questions. dressed "Sports Qnli" c/0
I If a plnysr kicks a foot- Advocate Sports Editor, and
ball ..nd it burst* on its n"l*t r"on *! oBc bT ia
way to the goal but -nil *n a Saturday April 12
enters the goal, -hould th* Th correct answers and the
referee award a goal or '* o( "> winner wUl be
1,017 published In tin- Sunday Ad
o mi* ,i. .. vocate of AprU 13.
ana Tim Tlrllton yield in SelffMSl Ai7
the fhM laaiDRH sgalnst ._. UIB
TiliUdad in the 1927 Tri- .....................
angnlsi tournament at
Kensington'' Aidses*
3. If a player is ruled **............................
sld" In water-polo, does............................
it tte vardh ise.ii.tti
Record S h*.
l.i ll.iv.rti. 2nd S nmn, 3td Arch-r
Time M iReeordi
|l IIH.lt IIVP .iKlrini'iliilr
BrCTtrl an 11"
1.1 V. Arrhei; Snd V. Chandl-r; lid
4tinner. HelMht 4 ft J In.. -Hf.- .
IS WHPtl. BARROW \Vt ii>Uit>
Ut V Mavnard A C. Juieph. Ind 11
Hiillle and C Sn.Hli
IA. RACK RAt'F '>' |
Ut H Trotman: Ind H KOMI
I! 4W YARD* INTrR MOI'Sr. i;IMI
MACS
let P: Snd A. SNK' TIth-- AS '10 *
IB. OLD BOIS' RACr
IN Vernom Chandler
IS. TOBDLKBa* BA(*r
lit H. (Ireenlrlec
se. viarroaa* slace
I H inr.iM. |Q C I 2nd M Thorpe
II. in- tARDH V. firawtte; Snd O Rvell: 3rd B.
en Time SS1-I -en.
WEATHER REPORT
Yealerday
Rainfall from Oodrlngton: Nil
Total Rainfall for Month to
date: 1.77 Ins.
Hlghcot temperature: 85 6 T
Lowest Temperature: 72 0 *F
Wind Velocity lj miles per
hour
BsromeUr (B unn 29 973
(3 p.m.) 29 872
To-day
Sunrise: (S.fiO am.
onset: 6.13 p.m.
Moon: Full, April 10
LiKhtinj: 6.30 p.m.
High Tid: 4.12 a.m.. 4 ; p.m.
Low Tide: 10.44 .. in 10.46
; i .v. v II 1).) It Lvi-ry lime
*Iw TOWN R4T GALS. BCUEVE TUAT
IF TAZY EXERCISE. & MinUTES PER..
. o=F WILL COME THE AVOlRPUPOiS
By Jimmy Hatlo
HohSVER WE WJcESTLERS WO SWEAT
A>> STK4IW FOR HOUKS EVERy NIGHT,
EVEf?y iVECK-THEy JUST PUT OH HOGMTJ
-SORREL"
MA6AIA FACTORY
DIAL 4322
.','- **-. v//,//*-.*,v*v'//v'A'/;'
DANCE
Sit II..,. Riiinliltii
Orrheatra
l^ew.nl liuae* leave Lower llreen
Hourly
i Sale
OPINION IS ALWAYS DIVIDED REGARDING
THE SOLUTION OF WORLD PROBLEMS
BUT
THERE IP ALWAYS UNANIMITY WITH
RESPECT TO THE
HIGH QUALITY OF
MAFFEI MADE SLITS
Pr. Wm. Henry VSKy'"
Pnone:
2J87
c.
Wherever it may
bethere is always one
very special place to which you
(jo for Clothes to Sui* the Occa-
sion. In Barbados, it is usually the house
of Rice on Bolton Lane, for fine im-
ported Menswear and Custom-Tailor-
ing.
Rice hf Co.
f Hollo- I -n.-

Pictured at the left, is something
new on the Caribbean horizon. A
structure that required $2,000,000.
of good West Indian money to
erect, built by West Indians, operated by West Indians
and the product of which is consumed by West Indians. In
this building with its huge 90 foot grain silos and its row
of beautiful stainless steel tanks stretching hundreds of
feet beyond, is a practical demonstration of what the West
Indies can do, what you in fact can do.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating, the proof of
Carib is in the drinking and Carib really is the finest beer
brewed anywhere.
"Mr. Carib has S 1410.22 Cor YOI"
HAPPY EASTER ...
From "OVEN FRESH" SERVICE
Do not forget to take home a good stock of ... .
Delicious SHIRLEY BISCUITSonly 46c per pound.
Obtainable at your Grocer or any Shop in the Island.
.____________________ THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO.. LTD.


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